anonymous
  • anonymous
what program can i do for String Handling??
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Which language are you using? Lots of programming languages do string handling you will have to be more specific.
carlsmith
  • carlsmith
name = raw_input('Please enter your name: ) print 'Hello', name
carlsmith
  • carlsmith
We can't really help you on that unless you post a bit more pinky, sorry.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Java is really efficient with String handling. The String class provides useful methods, for small applications, they'll do the job. If that's not enough, you have the StringBuffer and StringBuilder classes that were implemented since Java 1.5 that added a lot more depth to String handling in Java, and also thread compatibility.
carlsmith
  • carlsmith
Are you looking for a string based, programming challenge pinky pal? If you could grab a spell checker module from somewhere, you could write a script that takes any seven letters, allowing duplicates, and tries every permutation to see if it can spell a word with them, then tries every permutation possible using any six of the seven letters, then any five and so on. Once it's got a list of words it could make, it can calculate the score they would earn in Scrabble and print some results. Make it a web app, put up some banner ads...

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