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Character to String coversion

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Trying to create a string object from a char of value 0x1E, but each time I try it, it changes the value from  0x1E to 0x2E.

Need assistance with this regards.
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Question by:slickdeals
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Please post your code. Try
char c = '\u001e';
String s = "" + c;

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Which compiler/IDE are you using?

And of course: are you sure to have saved the file before compiling?
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