I can use this:
String str = "TextX Xto modifyX";
str = str.replace('X','');//that does not work because there is no such character ''
Is there a way to remove all occurrences of character X from a String in Java?
I tried this and is not what I want: str.replace('X',' '); //replace with space
You can use string as an argument rather than a char ,
Therefore, the code becomes
str = str.replace("X", "");
Or you can also use unicode
str = str.replace("\uffff", "");
Certification in Digital Marketing |
Certification in Big Data Analytics |
Certification in Cloud & Devops |
Certification in Full Stack Web Development
Big Data and Data Science Master’s Course |
Data Science Architect Master’s Program |
Cloud and DevOps Architect Master’s Course |
Artificial Intelligence Engineer Master’s Course |
Microsoft Azure Certification Master’s Training
Data Science Course Online |
Big Data Hadoop Certification Training |
Machine Learning Course Online |
Artificial Intelligence Course and Training |
Salesforce Certification Training: Administrator and App Builder |
Tableau Training and Certification Course |
Python Data Science Course & Training |
Ethical Hacking Course |
Business Analyst Course |
Courses in Cyber Security
© COPYRIGHT 2011-2021 INTELLIPAAT.COM. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
Download Salary Trends Now !
Learn how professionals like you got up to 100% Salary Hike.