It is not possible directly to use Multiline String.
The best alternative is going to be strings that are just +'d together.
String s = "Happy Learning,\n"
String str = "..."; // write the ...READ MORE
I find this to be an easy ...READ MORE
You can refer to this:
Let's assume the bytes to encrypt are ...READ MORE
Binary arithmetic operations on char and byte ...READ MORE
String objects in Java use the UTF-16 ...READ MORE
You can use string.indexOf('s').
If the 's' is present in string, ...READ MORE
I would not use URLEncoder. Besides being incorrectly ...READ MORE
String aString = "world";
int aInt = 20;
String.format("Hello, ...READ MORE
Here are two ways illustrating this:
Integer x ...READ MORE
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