The String class includes a method for concatenating two Strings : string1.concat(string2) : This returns a new string that is string1 with string2 added to it at the end. - We can also use the concat() method with String literals, as in : "My name is ".concat("Rumplestiltskin"); - Strings are more commonly concatenated with the + operator, as in : Example : "Hello," + " world" + "!" which results in "Hello, world!" - The + operator is widely used in print statements. Example : String string1 = "saw I was "; System.out.println("Dot " + string1 + "Tod"); - which prints Dot saw I was Tod Note : Such a concatenation can be a mixture of any Objects. For each Object that is not a String, its toString() method is called to convert it to a String.