Thursday, 9 June 2016

How to Remove Duplicate Characters from String in Java

This week's coding exercise is to remove duplicate characters from String in Java. For example, if given String is "aaaaaa" then output should be "a", because rest of  the "a" are duplicates. Similarly, if the input is "abcd" then output should also be "abcd" because there is no duplicate character in this String.  By the way, you can not use any third-party library or Java API method to solve this problem, you need to develop your own logic or algorithm and then write code to implement that algorithm. This is one of the interesting problems from Java coding interviews and you can use this program to weed out Java programmers who cannot write code. This problem is much better than Fizzbuzz because it requires more logic and coding than solving Fizzbuzz.
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