Find the starting point of the first 'Bond' : Matcher « Regular Expressions « Java Tutorial

import java.util.regex.Matcher;
import java.util.regex.Pattern;

public class MainClass {
  public static void main(String args[]) {
    String candidateString = "My name is Bond. James Bond.";
    String matchHelper[] = { "          ^", "                      ^" };
    Pattern p = Pattern.compile("Bond");
    Matcher matcher = p.matcher(candidateString);

    // Find the starting point of the first 'Bond'
    int startIndex = matcher.start();
    System.out.println(matchHelper[0] + startIndex);


8.4.1.Create a Matcher from Pattern
8.4.2.Matcher.start() method
8.4.3.Matcher.end(int) method
8.4.4.Matcher.LookingAt method
8.4.5.Matcher.matches method
8.4.6.Matcher.pattern method
8.4.7.Matcher.replaceAll method
8.4.8.Matcher.reset(CharSequence) method method
8.4.10.Matcher.find method
8.4.11.Matcher.find(int) method
8.4.12.Find the starting point of the first 'Bond'
8.4.13.Demonstrates the usage of the Matcher.reset() method
8.4.14.Matcher.appendReplacement method
8.4.15.REGEX = '\\bdog\\b'
8.4.16.lookingAt vs matches