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Name

concat()

Examples
String[] sa1 = { "OH", "NY", "CA"};
String[] sa2 = { "KY", "IN", "MA"};
String[] sa3 = concat(sa1, sa2);
println(sa3);
// Prints updated array contents to the console:
// [0] "OH"
// [1] "NY"
// [2] "CA"
// [3] "KY"
// [4] "IN"
// [5] "MA"
Description Concatenates two arrays. For example, concatenating the array { 1, 2, 3 } and the array { 4, 5, 6 } yields { 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 }. Both parameters must be arrays of the same datatype.

When using an array of objects, the data returned from the function must be cast to the object array's data type. For example: SomeClass[] items = (SomeClass[]) concat(array1, array2).
Syntax
concat(a, b)
Parameters
a Object, String[], float[], int[], char[], byte[], or boolean[]: first array to concatenate
b Object, String[], float[], int[], char[], byte[], or boolean[]: second array to concatenate
Returnsboolean[], byte[], char[], int[], float[], String[], or Object
Relatedsplice()
arrayCopy()
Updated on July 4, 2018 11:56:43am EDT

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