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insert(offset, x) in JAVA – JAVA 10th Class notes – ICSE JAVA Notes

insert(offset, x) in JAVA – JAVA 10th Class notes – ICSE JAVA Notes insert(offset, x) : insert(offset, x) function allows you to insert a String at the specified index into the another String. Syntax : str1.insert(index, str2); Example : StringBuffer str1 = new StringBuffer(“COMPUTER FUN”); StringBuffer str2 = new StringBuffer(“ IS”); str1.insert(8,str2);   Output : […]

Character is Lowercase in JAVA – JAVA 10th Class notes – ICSE JAVA Notes

Character is Lowercase in JAVA – JAVA 10th Class notes – ICSE JAVA Notes Character.isLowerCase( ) :- Character.isLowerCase( ) function is used to check whether the character is in Lower Case or not. It returns a Boolean type value either True or False. Syntax : boolean  var = Character.isLowerCase (character); Example : boolean ch = […]

Character is Whitespace in JAVA – JAVA 10th Class notes – ICSE JAVA Notes

Character  is  Whitespace in JAVA – JAVA 10th Class notes – ICSE JAVA Notes   Character.isWhitespace( ) :- Character.isWhitespace( ) function is used to check for the blank space or the gap in a String. It returns a Boolean type value either True or False. Syntax : boolean  var = Character.isWhitespace (character); Example : boolean […]

Types of Literals in java – ICSE computer application Notes and projects

    Types of Literals in java – ICSE computer application Notes and projects   Literals : Literals are also called as Constants. Literals are the data items that have fixed data values.   Java supports the following Literals : · Integer Literals                        · Floating Literals                      · Boolean Literals · Character Literals                  · String Literals                         […]

Keywords in Java – ICSE computer application Notes and projects

 Keywords in Java – ICSE computer application Notes and projects   Keywords : These are the words that represent a special meaning to the language compiler. These are also called as the reserved words. Keywords are reserved for a special purpose and should not be used as a normal Identifier. Java language supports 48 Keywords. […]