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As far as reading is concerned you can have a look into java.io or java.util.Scanner, and as far storing in collection is concerned probably you won't be able to store it into hashmap or hashtable because as the sample data looks it doesn't seem to have any unique key, others should be fine and usage depends upon your requirement.
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would be great if you could helpme with some sample code....
This is essentially the same question as this one and this one, in both of which you've received several answers. If you have questions about those, please continue the discussion in one of those topics; I'm closing this one.
Sneha Kashyap wrote:would be great if you could helpme with some sample code....
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Do you know how to read a file line by line? It's easy to do with a BufferedReader object, which has a readLine() method to read one line from a file. Write a loop that keeps calling readLine() until it returns null (which means you've reached the end of the file). Instead of BufferedReader you could also use class Scanner; you'd have to use the methods hasNextLine() and nextLine() from that class. Lookup the API documentation of those classes and try out how they work.
What collection you should use depends on what the purpose of the program is. If you just need to store all the lines, then a List (ArrayList or LinkedList) would be an obvious choice. But you're mentioning a Set in your question.