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Say for example I have a very large string "A........................Z" Within the string I have several " ie "A........."..........".........Z". What should I do so that the compiler ignores the quotes present WITHIN the string. My first option was to actually place \ infront of the quote within the string. But since my actuall string is large it is not feasible to put \ manually.
I dont think so thats feasible for a very large environment where the number of files is humangous. I am working on the code for it right now.
This problem only exist for Java files, as the compiler needs to figure out when a string starts and stops. It should be okay, for text files of strings. It should just be any other character read from a file.