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On Thu, Oct 13, 2005 at 12:37:42PM -0300, Walter Cruz wrote:
> And more, just for curiosity: there are another languages where is not
> possible use strings as arrays ?

Lua's strings are similar to Java's, except that Java uses unicode
characters rather than bytes, and doesn't do interning until told to.
And it has the StringBuffer class for those occasions when you want a
string to be mutable.

-- Jamie Webb