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1. How can i show it at first?    stackoverflow.com

I wrote a simple java application, I have a problem please help me; I have a file (JUST EXAMPLE):

and this is my source code
import java.io.IOException;
import java.io.*;
import java.util.StringTokenizer;

class test1 ...

2. StringTokenizer split at "

Maybe I am stupid but I don't understand why the behaviour of StringTokenizer here:

import static org.apache.commons.lang.StringEscapeUtils.escapeHtml;

String object = (String) value;
String escaped = escapeHtml(object);
StringTokenizer tokenizer = new StringTokenizer(escaped, escapeHtml("<br/>"));
If fx. value is ...

3. String Tokenizer or Split function    stackoverflow.com

I have a String "|Republic of Ireland| v/s |Northern Ireland|". This is not a fixed String. In place of "v/s" it can be any other word. I want only "Replublic of Ireland" ...

4. Why is StringTokenizer deprecated?    stackoverflow.com

The Java documentation doesn't seem to mention anything about deprecation for StringTokenizer, yet I keep hearing about how it was deprecated long ago. Was it deprecated because it had bugs/errors, ...

5. String.split Vs StringTokenizer    coderanch.com

The split() method can do anything a StringTokenizer can, and more. No need for both tools really, so you might as well use the more powerful one. There are a couple other reasons to discourage StringTokenizer. One is that StringTokenizer is not very good for detecting empty fields, e.g. to interpret one|two||four as ...

6. Using Split instead of StringTokenizer    coderanch.com

I am new to java. I used the stringtokenizer in my program to determine the delimiter; however, my output did not come out correct. output - 1.01:212 1.02:200 String s = fieldContent.toString(); StringTokenizer st = new StringTokenizer(s, ":"); System.out.println (fieldkey + "=+ fieldValue); while (st.hasMoreTokens()) { String fieldkey = st.nextToken(); String fieldvalue = st.nextToken(); .... outFile.write(fieldContent.toString()); The output should be - ...

8. StringTokenizer cannot split String with tabs?    coderanch.com

Originally posted by Mingwei Jiang: I read one line from the file that is separated by tab, and no matter I use "\t" or " " (tab in double quotes), it doesn't work. It can only give me one token instead of 12 which is correct. Can anyone help me? StringTokenizer tokens = new StringTokenizer(line, "\t"); Thanks I don't see anything ...

10. Difference between StringTokenizer and split    coderanch.com

I think the biggest difference is: with a StringTokenizer, the delimiter is just one character long. You supply a list of characters that count as delimiters, but in that list, each character is a single delimiter. With split(), the delimiter is a regular expression, which is something much more powerful (and more complicated to understand). It can be any length. Regular ...

11. StringTokenizer not helping in splitting    coderanch.com

Hi Friends, I am getting a set of strings with backslash (\) as the delimiter. These set of strings contain only values and they are in a set of sequence. The sequence helps us determine the keys of the particular value. Such as String s="s\\a\\b\\\\\\\\\\d"; I am using StringTokenizer to get the values. But its not working. StringTokenizer is not giving ...

12. split.string/ string tokenizer?    forums.oracle.com

(D) = 1 count number of words entered.(A) go to first word (B), counter (C) +1 if (B) is = to (D) then (B) = (D) put (B) into word frequency array (E) else (D) +1 go to start of loop until (B) = (D) reset (D) and go to next word until (A) = (C)

13. Difference or bug in String.split() and StringTokenizer?    forums.oracle.com

It's working as expected. From the String.split() API documentation: "If the expression does not match any part of the input then the resulting array has just one element, namely this string." In the case of StringTokenizer, an empty String doesn't contain any tokens, so nothing happens. BTW, StringTokenizer isn't deprecated, as far as I know. I see no mention of it ...

14. StringTokenizer vs. split and empty strings -- some clarification please?    forums.oracle.com

Hi everybody, I posted a question that was sort of similar to this once, asking if it was best to convert any StringTokenizers to calls to split when parsing strings, but this one is a little different. I rarely use split, because if there are consecutive delimiters, it gives empty strings in the array it returns, which I don't want. On ...

15. StringTokenizer vs. String.split    forums.oracle.com

StringTokenizer is like one of those new [url=http://herrington-catalog.stores.yahoo.net/t266.h tml]bionic wrenches[/url]: it's quick and convenient, assuming you can fit it into the space where you need to use it. But split() is more like a full set of socket wrenches: it requires a little more up-front effort on your part, but it's much more flexible and powerful.

16. StringTokenizer versus String.split()    forums.oracle.com

So the root directory would have files older than 24 hours deleted, but the purging process would not enter subdirectories to look for files to purge there. The /tmp folder would have files older than 48 hours deleted, and the process would also check ( recurse ) subdirectories for files to delete. I am deciding on the best way to store ...

17. Faster split than String.split() and StringTokenizer?    forums.oracle.com

I wrote my own, years ago, before regex was part of the SDK. I wrote it mostly to return an empty string when two delimiters where found consecutively. At the time it was about 30% faster then StringTokenizer (I made a few other assumptions as well). If you want to check it out then search the forum for "SimpleTokenizer" to find ...