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Declare and initialize String objects

Declare and initialize String objects: Java Essential Training: Syntax and Structure
Declare and initialize String objects: Java Essential Training: Syntax and Structure

In Java, a String is an object—an instance of the String class. Strings are immutable in Java. That means that each String object can have its value assigned only once. But the Java compiler supports some unique syntax that makes setting strings look more like values than objects.

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Skill Level Intermediate
3h 9m
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Developer Programming Languages Java

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