Meaning – The term mixed-character string, refers to a string that can contain characters from both a single-byte character set and a double-byte character set.
Java’s powerful built-in String class provides great support for string operations. Each String object stores a sequence of chars, such as “Hello”, and responds to methods that operate on those chars.
It’s valid to create a string made of zero characters – the quotes are right next to each other with nothing in between. This is known as the empty string. The empty string is a valid string object, and the many operations described below work correctly on the empty string where it makes sense.
Example of usage – “Since he was learning a high-level programming language, he got acquainted with the concept of mixed character strings, which definitely added a level of versatility to the code.”