1. How to properly trim whitespaces from a string in Java? stackoverflow.com
2. String.trim(); How does it work? stackoverflow.com
If I've got string like that:
3. java: how can i trim beginning and ending double quote in a string? stackoverflow.com
I would like to trim a beginning and ending double quote (") from a string. how can I achieve that in java? thanks!
4. Java: getting incorrect string.length() after using trim() stackoverflow.com
I have the string
5. trimming the string stackoverflow.com
I have java String of say length 10 .Now i want to reduce it to lenthg of 5 .Is there something i can do like we do in C ...
6. Trimming string removes more than needed stackoverflow.com
The below code is meant to trim my string. Unfortunately it's removing more than the 'conf' value. Did I do this correctly? What this is doing is adding a double html response address, ...
7. Need to Trim Java String stackoverflow.com
I need help in trimming a string url.
Let's say the String is
8. My String won't trim coderanch.com
9. how to trim strings? coderanch.com
10. String Trim coderanch.com
Thank you for your comments. Sorry for not being more specific. But what I was confused with was this: -> When a new String is created and exists in the pool, both the new and existing String will point to the same object. Based on this idea, when a String Object "String" is created and a second string object "String" is ...
11. Trimming a blank String coderanch.com
This sounds so super easy but this is really bugging me. I get a text field from my JSP that someone has entered " ". A single space it appears will not be trimmed down to "" (i.e. length = 0) Here is my dilemma - how do I trim down a sting that only contains spaces? So if someone for ...
12. string.trim() causing outofmemoryerror? coderanch.com
13. trimming down a string coderanch.com
There are lots of things you could do. If you get a zero-length line when reading from the file, you could simply ignore it. If you get a line which is all whitespace, which you can easily find a regular expression for, again, you can ignore it. You can match for whitespace at the end of the line with a similar ...
14. Trimming a String java-forums.org
Hi, For an assignment I am doing I need to brute force a PBE password. I have everything sorted (I think!) except this one last detail. How the brute forcing works is that I have a char array of length 10. I have a method that recursively calls itself to check every value in the CharSet (which contains the values that ...
15. String.trim() method help..... java-forums.org
I'm really confused on why i keep getting the Symbol not found compile era when i compile my code.... What the program is doing so far is basically getting info from a file and printing it on the screen. Then counting the total number of words in the passage and then printing them. In order to do that though, I'm attempting ...
16. Method to trim only the front of a string forums.oracle.com
17. String trim() method forums.oracle.com
Hi all, I use MS SQL Server and I have a table with the currency column of type: char(10). The currency is usually 3 chars like: USD; however looks like since the column type is of type: char(10), the database it adds up extra spaces at the end in order to make the length of Char to 10, so the "USD" ...
18. Trimming a String with Zeros?? forums.oracle.com
Hi Experts, I have a requirment where i need to trim all the zeros at the beginning of the String. eg:001500.00 = 1500.00 How can i trim the leading zeros . i dont see any functions in the String class which does thus.. Any api's which does that or any easy way to trim them?? Thanks,
19. string.trim() doubt forums.oracle.com
when you do something like "string" == "string" you are creating 2 separate objects, using == to compare them will always be false as was previously mentioned, == only compares the references and they are 2 different objects. Very important concept in Java. Also to clarify, there are no String literals, String is an Object. It may seem like a literal ...
20. String.trim() bug... forums.oracle.com
According to the spec: "If this String object represents an empty character sequence, or the first and last characters of character sequence represented by this String object both have codes greater than '\u0020' (the space character), then a reference to this String object is returned." So, it seems that it will work with Unicode strings, but no-break spaces are not considered ...
21. String.trim() problem. forums.oracle.com
It basically says "start of string $ollowed by zero or more of java's regex's whitespace or unicode's word, line, or paragraph seaparators followed by a word boundary (ANYTHING) followed by a word boundary, followed by zero or more of java's regex's whitespace or unicode's word, line, or paragraph seaparators gets replaced with the (ANYTHING)". Also, you'll proabl need to change the ...