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J Bow
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Joined: Dec 01, 2010
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Okay so I have a 2 Scanner objects reading 2 different files. How can I get the 1st Scanner object to compare data with the 2 Scanner object 1 line at a time?

Example:
Scanner 1: test
Scanner 2: lol
Scanner 1: test
Scanner 2: lolol
Scanner 1: test
Scanner 2: test

Quit.
Joe Ess
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J Bow
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Joined: Dec 01, 2010
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Joe Ess wrote:Welcome to the JavaRanch.
We would love to help, but we do ask that you DoYourOwnHomework. Read our FAQ on HowToAskQuestionsOnJavaRanch. The better question you ask, the more help we can be.


Thanks.

I never said anything about this being homework though...

Okay, to better ask my question:

I need a method to go through and compare two arrays of Strings; every String method possible needs to be compared.

I'm trying to use the Scanner class to scan a file with a list of Strings in it and the same with another so I'm trying to find out a way for each line-to-line combination possible, be compared.

EDIT: I solved it by using ArrayList<String>() instead of String[].
 
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