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Very Strange Java Concatenation Behaviour!

Posted on 2011-09-30
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I'm Trying to construct my URL using the following concatenation

String url = URL_BASE + host  + "/gimp/index.php?cmd=" + cmd + "&user=" + userName + "&password=" + password.toString();

However, I get a reference to an object instead of the password itself.  "The password is passed in using a char array".  I also used the concat method with no luck at all.

https://reports.company.com/gimp/index.php?cmd=gs&user=someuser&password=[C@19c6866d
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Question by:snajalm
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Try instead:

String url = URL_BASE + host  + "/gimp/index.php?cmd=" + cmd + "&user=" + userName + "&password=" + new String(password);
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Char{}.toString() is not producting String, whereas if you use condtrictor new String(char[] ) you'll get String out of char[] array
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by:snajalm
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That worked just fine so many thanks to you "for_yan" for accurate answer!
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