StringBuffer deleteCharAt() Method in Java with Examples
The Java.lang.StringBuffer.deleteCharAt() is a built-in Java method which removes the char at the specified position in this sequence. So that the sequence is reduced by 1 char.
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public StringBuffer deleteCharAt(int indexpoint)
Parameters : The method accepts a single parameter indexpoint of integer type which refers to the index of the char to be removed.
Return Value: The function returns the string or returns this object after removing the character.
Exception : If the indexpoint is negative or greater than or equal to length(), then the method throws StringIndexOutOfBoundsException.
Input : StringBuffer = worldofgeeks int indexpoint = 4 Output : worlofgeeks
Below programs illustrate the working of StringBuffer.deleteCharAt() method:
String buffer before deletion = raghav After deletion new StringBuffer = ragha
String buffer before deletion = GeeksforGeeks After deletion new StringBuffer = GeeksorGeeks
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.StringIndexOutOfBoundsException: String index out of range: -5 at java.lang.AbstractStringBuilder.deleteCharAt (AbstractStringBuilder.java:824) at java.lang.StringBuffer.deleteCharAt(StringBuffer.java:441) at Geeks.main(Geeks.java:14)