The java.lang.StringBuffer.appendCodePoint(int cp)is the method which appends the string representation of the codePoint argument to this sequence.
public StringBuffer appendCodePoint(int cp)
Parameters : The method accepts a single parameter cp of integer type and refers to the Unicode code point.
Return Value : The method returns this object after appending the string represented by the codepoint.
Input: StringBuffer = Apple int cp = 65 Output: AppleA Input: StringBuffer = GeeksforGeeks int cp = 156 Output: GeeksforGeeks? Explanation: Because 65 is the ASCII value for 'A' and 156 is the ASCII value for '?'
Below programs illustrate the java.lang.StringBuffer.appendCodePoint(int cp) method:
String buffer = Geeksforgeeks After appending CodePoint is = GeeksforgeeksA
String buffer = Geeksforgeeks After appending CodePoint is = Geeksforgeeks6
String buffer = Geeksforgeeks After appending CodePoint is = Geeksforgeeks+
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