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How to use StringTokenizer in combination with BufferedReader

 
Ravi Kiran Va
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Hi

I am reading a File using a BufferedReader , the file consists of different Transactions, where each Transaction is seperated using a
Y2 word .

Please let me know how can i use BufferedReader in combination with
StringTokenizer ??

Please share your ideas .
Thanks in advance .

 
Rob Spoor
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Don't use StringTokenizer, it's quite old. String.split can do almost exactly the same but is better.

There are two separate issues here:
1) read a file line by line. Check out BufferedReader, it has a nice method for that.

2) splitting each line. That's where String.split comes in.

I'm sure that if you get these both working separately you can combine them. Hint: the splitting goes into the reading loop
 
bhanu chowdary
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Instead of StringTokenizer you can use String split() method easily with BufferedReader if you dont have any newline characters in your file.
 
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