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A '''string''' is a [[datatype]] that signifies an ordered sequence of [[characters]].  
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A '''string''' is a [[datatype]] that signifies an ordered sequence of [[character]]s.
  
For example, "23958a23b" is a string.
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For example, "4f38fjy7a" is a string.
  
Note that "222" is not equal to the number 222.
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Note that "222" does not equal the number 222.
  
A special string function is concatenation.
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A special string function is [[concatenation]]: "abc"+"789"="abc789".
 
 
[[Concatenate]]: "222"+"123"="222123"
 
  
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Revision as of 22:39, 12 December 2008

A string is a datatype that signifies an ordered sequence of characters.

For example, "4f38fjy7a" is a string.

Note that "222" does not equal the number 222.

A special string function is concatenation: "abc"+"789"="abc789".

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