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This would be a row in a JTable, so the "" would actually just be an empty string or perhaps a null.
No commas or quotes in the out put. [ August 08, 2008: Message edited by: jite eghagha ]
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This is probably the most straightforward way to do it. It assumes that the input Strings will always be surrounded by "". If that's not the case, yuo may want to look into a more robust solution using the java.util.Pattern and java.util.Matcher regex classes.