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Delete a character in a buffer

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I was wondering if there was a way to delete a character from a buffer at a certain position, making sure that it will correctly move the other characters into place.
example) if the buffer BUF has "test" in it's buffer how would i delete the "e" and make it "tst"

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Jason
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You could use a StringBuffer to achieve that.
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Thanks, I was on a page that look very simular and it had insert but no delete. Your the greatest! : )
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