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Strings with "" inside.

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I have to inizialize Strings with "" inside. The problem is that i don't know if there is another character for open and close inizialization for there strings. I've tried '' but doesn't works. How can i do? Thanks for helping me.
Gonne
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use \"\"   like that->
String s= new String(" \"BlaBlaBla \" said Lord Frillk");
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\" is actually an escape character just like \r\n...............


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