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Seems like there is some information missing... Do you have any specification what the methods should do, really?

Sajjad Izadi wrote:
public String insert (String st1, String st2, int len); //insert a string to an other


What is the len parameter supposed to do?

Where in one of the strings (which?) is the other supposed to be inserted?

Sajjad Izadi wrote:
public int pos (String st1, String st2, int len); //return the position of specified string in an other specified string


What is the len parameter supposed to do?

Sajjad Izadi wrote:
public int countOf (String st1, String st2, int len); //return number of repetitions of an string in an other string


What is the len parameter supposed to do?

Can the occurances of the string overlap, i.e. should countOf("aba", "ababa", whatever) return one or two?

Despite everything, the person most likely to be fooling you next is yourself.

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