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    Question immutable

    Dear Sir
    Please tell me in java language string is immutable .why ?
    i search about 4or 5 days .
    but i don't find a perfect answer .
    please guided me .


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    Default Re: immutable

    The code designers did not want the programmers changing its value.

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    Default Re: immutable

    see this link Why String is immutable or final in Java

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