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SwingTokenizer

 
Chandra Moulee
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I have the StringTokenizer class.I create an StringTokenizer object.This is what i do.
String s="a,,,b";
StringTokenizer s1=new StringTokenizer(s,",");
It should give me 5tokens.But it is giving me only 1.
,,, should be treated as null rite.

Thanks
Mouli
 
Paul Sturrock
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No, that will give you two tokens ("a" and "b").
 
Seb Mathe
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If you're JDK version is >1.4 it's better to use String's split method :
"a,,,,b".split(",") will return an array of 5 String objs.
[ September 29, 2005: Message edited by: Seb Mathe ]
 
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