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How to create String buffer in java?.

The StringBuffer and StringBuilder classes are used when there is a necessity to make a lot of modifications to Strings of characters.

Unlike Strings objects of type StringBuffer and Stringbuilder can be modified over and over again with out leaving behind a lot of new unused objects.

The StringBuilder class was introduced as of Java 5 and the main difference between the StringBuffer and StringBuilder is that StringBuilders methods are not thread safe(not Synchronised).

It is recommended to use StringBuilder whenever possible because it is faster than StringBuffer. However if thread safety is necessary the best option is StringBuffer objects. 

Here we will learn how to create a string buffer. Here we have used the following StringBuffer Constructors.

StringBuffer() //Default Constructor with 16 characters set

StringBuffer(String s) //String to String Buffer

StringBuffer(int initialCapacity) //StringBuffer?s with initial Capacity


public class StringBuffertest{

public static void main(String[] args) {

StringBuffer strBuff1 = new StringBuffer("stringbuffer in java");

StringBuffer strBuff2 = new StringBuffer(60);

StringBuffer strBuff3 = new StringBuffer();

System.out.println("strBuff1 : " +strBuff1);

System.out.println("strBuff2 capacity : " +strBuff2.capacity());

System.out.println("strBuff3 capacity : " +strBuff3.capacity());}}

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