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    Default string-int-char

    i have a string as below

    string s =[104, 105, 103];

    i want to extract the integer values and show it as character in Ascii format e.g

    104=h
    105=i
    103=g

    your advisez are appreciated .


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    Default Re: string-int-char

    Cross posted at string-int-char

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    Default Re: string-int-char

    (what is a cross post? do we post here or there?)

    this code doesn't compile.
    1. Strings are objects, and that means they start with a capital.
    2. Strings can't be initialized like that ([104, 105, 103])
    string s =[104, 105, 103];

    This code would work,
    AKA: String s = "104, 105, 103";

    About converting strings to characters.
    Java Convert Character to String


    1) it seems far more useful to have an int array for this problem(up to you to understand what the teacher wants)
    int[] myString = {104, 105, 103};


    2) then all you have to do is use a "char" variable to convert it.
    char oneLetter = (char)myString[0]; (this converts 104 into a char, which is 'h')

    Hope this helps,
    Jonathan
    Last edited by JonLane; February 25th, 2012 at 12:38 PM. Reason: hyperlink fix

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