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1. How to find if any two characters are equal or not?    stackoverflow.com

I have a String as WAAN

public int addString(String s) {
    int total = 0;
    for (int i = 0; i < s.length(); i++) {
 ...

2. does 1 char equal to 2 bytes?    coderanch.com

A Java 'char' is 16 bits, or two bytes, in length, so yes. BUT Does a single 'char' translate to two bytes when written to a file? That depends entirely on the encoding in use. If the encoding is iso-latin or UTF-8 (which are very common here in the US) then all the alphanumeric characters used in English will be written ...

3. [SOLVED] [newbie] chart[].equals(char[]) ??    java-forums.org

private void jButton1ActionPerformed(java.awt.event.ActionEvent evt) { char[] expectedPwd = {'p','a','s','s','w','o','r','d'}; if (!(userName.getText().equals("joe") && (pwd.getPassword()==(expectedPwd)))) { jLabel3.setText("Logon failed!"); /* FIX reset values to be on the safe side expectedPwd = null; pwd.setText(""); */ if (debug) { // System.out.println("userName= " + userName.getText()); System.out.print("password="); System.out.println(pwd.getPassword()); System.out.print("expectedPwd="); for (int i = 0; i < expectedPwd.length; i++) { System.out.print(expectedPwd[i]); } } } } ... [b]//this doesn't work![/b] ...

4. Equivalent of "char *" in JAVA    java-forums.org

5. output characters equal to an intiger value?    java-forums.org

This is my programe so far i hope u can understand what im trying to do now Java Code: /* Thomas Roberts horse simulation game. */ import java.util.*; public class horse{ public static void main(String args[]){ /* declare variables */ String name =""; String hname1 =""; String hname2 =""; String hname3 =""; String hname4 =""; String as = ""; int win ...

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