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Real World XML by Steven Holzner

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Creating Strings in Java

You might have noticed that you can add strings together with the + operator in Java, just as you can in JavaScript:

public class ch10_05 
{
    public static void main(String[] args)
    {
        double chargesDue[][] = {{1093.66, 667.19, 45.99, 890.30, 99.06},
                                   {2019.00, 129.99, 19.01, 630.90, 23.17}};

        System.out.println("Customer 4 owes $" + chargesDue[0][4] + " in the Eastern
 branch.");
					System.out.println("Customer 4 owes $" + chargesDue[1][4] + " in the Western
 branch.");
}
}

This works because strings are supported by the built-in ...

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