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String[] animals = new String[3]; 
animals[0] = "cat"; 
animals[1] = "seal"; 
animals[2] = "bear"; 
String joinedAnimals = join(animals, " : "); 
println(joinedAnimals); // Prints "cat : seal : bear" 

// Joining an array of ints requires first
// converting to an array of Strings
int[] numbers = new int[3]; 
numbers[0] = 8; 
numbers[1] = 67; 
numbers[2] = 5; 
String joinedNumbers = join(nf(numbers, 0), ", "); 
println(joinedNumbers); // Prints "8, 67, 5"
Description Combines an array of Strings into one String, each separated by the character(s) used for the separator parameter. To join arrays of ints or floats, it's necessary to first convert them to strings using nf() or nfs().
join(stringArray, separator)
stringArray array of Strings
separator char or String: char or String to be placed between each item
Returns String
Usage Web & Application
Related split()
Updated on June 14, 2010 12:05:29pm EDT

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