by Dinesh Thakur Category: array

String replace (char oldchar, char newchar): This method returns a new string resulting from replacing all the occurrence of oldchar in the invoking string with newchar. For example,

sl.replace('e', 'E'); //returns Hello DinEsh

public class StringReplace

{
     public static void main(String[] args)
     {
            String str1 = "Hello Dinesh";
            System.out.println("str1.replace('e','E') = "+str1.replace('e','E'));
      }
}

String replace() in Java Example



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