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Build a String from multiple values

Build a String from multiple values: Java Essential Training: Syntax and Structure
Build a String from multiple values: Java Essential Training: Syntax and Structure

As described previously, a String object in Java is immutable—its value can’t be changed. So when you append or replace a string’s value, you’re really discarding the existing object and creating a new one in memory. To create a complex string from scratch without leaving a trail of temporary string objects in your wake, you can use the StringBuilder class.

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Developer Programming Languages Java

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