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vuthlarhi donald
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There is nothing to resolve. The for (each) loop is for iterators or arrays, there is no option to extract words from lines.

On the other hand, you are already using the scanner. Can't you use that to help separate the words?

Henry


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Please, try to form a sentence in English. Don't bury your question in a comment.


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