Hi All :
I am using the following code:
String sample = "::";
String splitTime = sample.split(":");
// extra detail omitted
System.out.println("Value 1 :"+splitTime);
System.out.println("Value 2 :"+splitTime);
System.out.println("Value 3 :"+splitTime);
I am getting
111111111 - Invalid
A121278237 - Invalid
7777777777 - Invalid
121263263 - Valid
111111112 - Valid
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Splits into :
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