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Thread: Question regarding Strings

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    Default Question regarding Strings

    I would like to ask how to do this :

    I have declared "wizard" ( this is referencing to a string object , the persons name)

    String wizard = "Harry Potter";

    I want Display the person's first name ("Harry" for the example above).


    thank you


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    Default Re: Question regarding Strings

    What part are you having trouble with? How to display a String? How to parse a String?

    For the latter, check out the String API for useful methods: String (Java Platform SE 6)

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    Default Re: Question regarding Strings

    There are several ways you can do this.

    You could split the String using the the .split() method or you could use indexOf(int); method..
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