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  1. In Topic: How to set elements in a string equal to each other?

    Posted 4 Dec 2012

    I got it to work, thanks!
  2. In Topic: How to set elements in a string equal to each other?

    Posted 4 Dec 2012

    finalString.setCharAt(0, 'x');
    //I know the first value in the set of parameters is position, but in the 2nd value, how do I get it to refer to a position and value in my other string?
    
    //something like
    
    //finalString, myString
    //finalString.setCharAt(*thisposition*, *set to this character to the character that is contained in position X in myString*);
    
    
  3. In Topic: How to set elements in a string equal to each other?

    Posted 4 Dec 2012

    Ok I thought so. I will work with string builder, hopefully that is the answer to my problem

    Thanks for everything so far
  4. In Topic: How to set elements in a string equal to each other?

    Posted 4 Dec 2012

    It's all in lower case, I've done that stuff in a different method. I'm just searching for a way to be able to set a specific element (a certain character) in a String equal to another element (another char)in a different string. After that the program is essntially done, I just don't know of a way to do that.

    Like I was saying something similar to

    [CODE] String1[i] = String2[x] (Where i and x are certain positions in the arrays, I'd like to change that specific element to the character from the other string

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