Java String substring() Method

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The Java String substring() Method

Syntax:

When you set int beginIndex (for example: beginIndex number 3), the program copies all the information from that index number (in our case: 3) until and including the end.

When you set both int beginIndex and int endIndex (for example: beginIndex number 3 and endIndex 7), the program copies all the information from the beginning index number (in our case: 3) until, but not including the end index number (in our case: 7). In other words, the endIndex number is not included.

Keep in mind that index numbers start from zero. It will make more sense in practice.

Example

If you run this code on your computer, you will see the following in the console:

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