Reverse a string Using a Byte array in Java
In this section, we will discuss the how to reverse a string using a byte array in Java.
The following are the steps to reverse a string in Java using a byte array.
The concept is pretty straightforward; to put it simply, it involves breaking a string down into bytes and then rearranging the bytes in the array in real time. We then change the byte array back into something like a string.
File name: ReverseStringUsingByteArray.java
The string after reversing is tniopTavaJ ot emocleW
File name: ReverseStringUsingByteArray1.java
tniopTavaJ ot emocleW
The given string will be divided up into bytes or converted using the getBytes() method. The specified string's length will be the same as the size of the temporary byte array. Take the bytes and place them in some other byte array in reverse order.
The string is temporarily handled by a byte array formed in the code below. The built-in method getBytes() can also be used to translate a string into bytes.
Two-byte arrays are constructed, one to hold the converted bytes and the other to hold the outcome in reverse order.
File Name: ReverseStringUsingByteArray2.java
The string after Reversing is: tniopTavaJ ot emocleW olleH
That was all that was required for reversing a String in Java using a Byte array.