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pike.git/CHANGES:610:    object by calling the sprintf() method. This function works just as    the normal sprintf(), but writes to the buffer instead.       The new method addat() allows for writing into the buffer at any    position.       It is possible to address (and update) single characters in a Buffer    using [].    It is possible to extract a new Buffer (copy) from an existing Buffer    using the [..] range operator. +  It is possible to compare two Buffers or a Buffer and a string +  directly using the == operator.    A new method cut() allows you to cut and copy, or simply delete and    contract data from an existing Buffer.      o String.range(str)       This returns the minimum and maximum character value in the string.       The precision is only 8 bits, so for wide strings only character    blocks are known.