Comment on Tutorial - arraycopy example in Java By Charles



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Comment Added at : 2011-07-19 09:25:02

Comment on Tutorial : arraycopy example in Java By Charles
The arraycopy in a System is static native method not simply static method.....which will use machine instruction level code to copy, for better performance..............

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