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Tokenizer Utils

   Copyright 2010 Cesar Valiente Gordo
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package es.cesar.quitesleep.utils;

import java.util.StringTokenizer;

import android.util.Log;

 * @author Cesar Valiente Gordo
 * @mail
public class TokenizerUtils {
  private final static String CLASS_NAME = "es.cesar.quitesleep.utils.TokenizerUtils";
  public static void main (String[] args) {
    final String PHONE = "6-76-10--4-15-9";
    String newPhone = tokenizerPhoneNumber(PHONE, null);
    //Log.e("tokens", "OldPhone: " + PHONE + "NewPhone: " + newPhone);
    System.out.println("OldPhone: " + PHONE + " NewPhone: " + newPhone);

   * Tokenize the passed phoneNumber erasing the string separator and return
   * the phone number whitout these.
   * @param       phoneNumber
   * @param       delim
   * @return      the new String without the delim chars
   * @see        String
  public static String tokenizerPhoneNumber (
      String phoneNumber, 
      String delim)  {
    final String DEFAULT_DELIM = "-";
    try {
      //If not delim has been specified, put the default delim
      if (delim == null)
        delim = DEFAULT_DELIM;
      //If phone number is different from null we parse it.
      if (phoneNumber != null) {
        /* Separate the phone number into tokens which the delim string 
         * is the "separate word"
        StringTokenizer tokenizer = new StringTokenizer(phoneNumber, delim);
        String phoneNumberWithoutDelim = "";
        while (tokenizer.hasMoreTokens()) 
          phoneNumberWithoutDelim = phoneNumberWithoutDelim + tokenizer.nextToken();
        return phoneNumberWithoutDelim;
      return null;
    }catch (Exception e) {
      if (QSLog.DEBUG_E)QSLog.e(CLASS_NAME, ExceptionUtils.exceptionTraceToString(
      return null;
   * Add an increase of hours to the time passed, if the delim parameter is null
   * we use the default parameter ":"
   * @param     time
   * @param     increase
   * @param     delim
   * @return    the new time with the increase done
   * @see      String
  public static String addIncreaseDate (String time, int increase, String delim) {
    try {
      final String DEFAULT_DELIM = ":";
      if (delim == null)
        delim = DEFAULT_DELIM;
      if (time != null) {
        /* Separate the time into tokens which the delim string 
         * is the "separate word"
        StringTokenizer tokenizer = new StringTokenizer(time, delim);
        if (QSLog.DEBUG_D)QSLog.d(CLASS_NAME, "count tokens: " + tokenizer.countTokens());
        if (tokenizer.countTokens() == 2) {
          String hourString = tokenizer.nextToken();          
          String minStrig = tokenizer.nextToken();
          if (QSLog.DEBUG_D)QSLog.d(CLASS_NAME, "hourString: " + hourString + "\tminString: " + minStrig);
          int hour = Integer.valueOf(hourString);
          String completeNewTime = String.valueOf(hour + increase) + ":" + minStrig;
          if (QSLog.DEBUG_D)QSLog.d(CLASS_NAME, "new time: " + completeNewTime);
          return completeNewTime;
      } else {
        if (QSLog.DEBUG_D)QSLog.d(CLASS_NAME, "time == null");
        return null;
      return null;
    }catch (Exception e) {
      if (QSLog.DEBUG_E)QSLog.e(CLASS_NAME, ExceptionUtils.exceptionTraceToString(
      return null;


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