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1. String tokenizer class.......

I have a text file with items in the following format: Focus Wagon ZTW model BasePrice-18,445 Color:c1.Fort Knox Gold Clearcoat Metallic:c2.Liquid Grey Clearcoat Metallic:c3.Infra-Red Clearcoat:c4.Grabber Green Clearcoat Metallic:c5.Sangria Red Clearcoat Metallic:c6.French Blue ClearcoatMetallic:c7.Twilight Blue Clearcoat Metallic:c8.CD Silver Clearcoat Metallic:c9.Pitch Black Clearcoat:c10.Cloud 9 White Clearcoat I have 2 classes called: FileInput and Automotive. Iam able to get the token count for each ...

2. stringTokenizer

I'm using a StringTokenizer to separate a list of filenames and id's(based on ";") that I get back from a database. My System.out.println looks like below Results Before stringTokenizer: testfile.txt,78;testfile2.txt,79;testfile3.txt,80;textfile4.txt,81 Results After stringTokenizer: testfile.txt, 78 testfile2.txt, 79 testfile3.txt, 80 testfile4.txt, 81 What I want to do next is the use a method that I have to rename each filename and fileid ...

3. Help with String Tokenizer Class.........

while (line!= null) { st = new StringTokenizer(line,":"); tokenCount = st.countTokens(); System.out.println(st.nextToken()); while (st.hasMoreTokens()) // make sure there is stuff to get { words[idx] = st.nextToken(); idx++; } for (idx=0;idx

4. String Tokenizer

} // end of readMyFile( } // end of class Here is my file it is reading from: import java.text.*; public class Exam_1_File{ public static void main(String[] args) { double a = 16.54; double b = 234.56; double c = 143.65; double d = 1.45; double e = 97.43; } } If anybody can help steer me in the right direction ...

5. can we use StringTokenizer using 2 things???

i have a sentence with several brakets and i want to tokenize it using two sign the) and , i.e my sentence is today(lana(went([to,preposiotn,the,det,park,noun]))),john(went(to,preposiotn,the,det,school,noun]))), what i want to do is to divide the sentece when there is ), TO BE today(lana(went([to,preposiotn,the,det,park,noun]))), john(went(to,preposiotn,the,det,school,noun]))), So i thought of doing StringTokenizer tokens=new StringTokenizer(stringToTokenize,","); but it just take the ) any ideas????

6. StringTokenizer

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7. StringTokenizer

I know its not widely used or accepted, the split method of the String class used as an alternative but I have a couple of questions. Is it possible to set multiple delimeters? If i set a delimeter as " " (1 space) and the data file contained data separated by 2 or more spaces is it the same?

8. Stringtokenizer

public void dump(String []s) { System.out.println("------------"); for (int i = 0 ; i < s.length ; i++) { System.out.println(s); } System.out.println("------------"); } } It works well, but I want to implement a method which recordnizes if the String begins with a char or an underline. If it does the system should print out true, if not it should print out false. ...

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10. string tokenizer

Hi Ranchers, I have got a question on string delimiters. I am working on a java script which takes user input from two text areas and sends it to a servlet. I would like to concatenate as a single string in the javascript and send it to the servlet through POST method. The string values entered can be of any language. ...

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15. Need help using StringTokenizer

Hi all. I need some advice on using the StringTokenizer. I have some code here, and what this code (in it's current form) does is it computes the number of statistics for a set of data provided by the user. The data will be made up of decimal numbers. After inputting the data, the program will compute and display the following ...

16. StringTokenizer problem

Regex is probably better. Are you aware how StringTokenizer actually works? In the sense that it parses based on each character of what you have in delimter and not as a whole? For example if given the line Apple|Orange|Banana|:Apple|Orange|Banana And the delimiter of "|:" the returned tokens would be Apple Orange Banana Apple Orange Banana and not Apple|Orange|Banana Apple|Orange|Banana

17. StringTokenizer problem

On Solaris 8 - J2SE 1.3.1 is continuing in the Sun End of Life (EOL) process. The EOL transition period began Oct 25, 2004 and will continue until the the end of the Solaris 8 five year Vintage Support Period. During this EOL transition period, the products will continue to be supported on Solaris 8 per Solaris 8 Vintage Patch Service ...