StringBuffer appendCodePoint() Method in Java with Examples
appendCodePoint() method of StringBuffer class appends the string representation of the codePoint argument to this sequence for which we require pre-requisite knowledge of ASCII table as then only we will be able to perceive output why the specific literal is being appended as there is already an integer value been assigned.
--> appendCodePoint() Method --> StringBuffer Class --> java.lang Package
public StringBuffer appendCodePoint(int cp)
Parameters: The method accepts a single parameter cp of integer type and refers to the Unicode code point.
Return Type: 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 ‘?’
String buffer = Geeksforgeeks After appending CodePoint is = GeeksforgeeksA
String buffer = Geeksforgeeks After appending CodePoint is = Geeksforgeeks6
String buffer = Geeksforgeeks After appending CodePoint is = Geeksforgeeks+