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aliya sharma
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I'm writing this simple program where StringTokenizer takes the string and gives me the result with seperator(which is , in my case). Heres the code:

but when i run my code, Im getting ballot04,expo as my output. I want to get ballot04
I thought StringTokenizer removes/ignores the seperator and gives the result??. Is there something im doing wrong???. THanks for your help

Scott Dunbar
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You need to construct your StringTokenizer with the delimeter as it defaults to the space character. Something like:

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aliya sharma
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Thanks a lot Scott, it works fine now.

I agree. Here's the link:
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