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Kotlin string get char

In Kotlin, you can access a specific char from a string using the index of the char with braces.

Index can't be more than the length of the string.

Example getting char from string in Kotlin

fun main() {
  var thelloworldtext = "Hello World"
  println(thelloworldtext[0]) // first element (H)
  println(thelloworldtext[2]) // third element (l)
}

Output

H
l


Example getting char from string in Kotlin

fun main() {
  var thelloworldtext = "Hello Jhon"
  println(thelloworldtext[0]) // first element (H)
  println(thelloworldtext[6]) // third element (l)
}

Output

H
J

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