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Learn about the functions for working with the String class and data type. Part 2 of 5.
In this video, you will see demonstrations of working with Strings. Demos include testing for equality, finding length, and searching. In part two, we'll continue working with strings, this time looking at ways you can modify strings. In part three, we'll see more demonstrations of modifying strings, starting with the trim and pad methods to remove and add blank spaces in strings. We'll look at additional string operations as well. In part four, we'll discuss how you can format your strings for optimal readability. You'll learn how to format numeric values as a string using a variety of format characters. In part five, we'll take a look at the StringBuilder class to efficiently construct and format strings.