The java.lang.string.join() method concatenates the given elements with the delimiter and returns the concatenated string.Note that if an element is null, then null is added.The join() method is included in java string since JDK 1.8.
There are two types of join() methods in java string.
public static String join(CharSequence deli, CharSequence... ele) and public static String join (CharSequence deli, Iterable<? extends CharSequence> ele) Parameters: deli- delimiter to be attached with each element ele- string or char to be attached with delimiter Returns : string joined with delimiter.
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