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Splitting Strings

Amy Phillips
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Hi,
Does anyone know how I can take a String and split it into 2 seperate strings? I have a name string and need it to be changed into a firstname string and second name string so the split should occur at the space.
Thanks
fred rosenberger
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you could use a stringTokenizer. check out the API here:
StringTokenizer
[ February 09, 2004: Message edited by: fred rosenberger ]

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Peyton McCullough
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The split() function will also work.
 
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