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read a file ?

 
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Hi all,

I am trying to develop a small application. I have a set of questions in a file and i need to read these from the file, as question by question an dneed to display them on the screen at the same time. I? am quite new to this. Can someone please help.
 
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Step to develop your program.

1. read all data in file.
2. Parse all data in to some Bean class to display and keep bean in List/Vector.
3. Display all data in List/Vector to screen/UI.
 
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Example Read data in File

 
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sam,
You can also search old posts, which are related to file accessing, using the keyword "file" in this forum...

I do believe some old posts are pretty useful for us to get to know about the things that we are willing to know...

Hope it helps...
 
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thanks guys ...but i am still not clear as to how do i store the read part in a vector ....please explain that ....i appreciate it....
 
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Since you want to display the read question on the screen at the same time , why do you need a vector. You could print the read question immediately without requiring any temporaty storage.
 
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Originally posted by sam robert:
thanks guys ...but i am still not clear as to how do i store the read part in a vector ....please explain that ....i appreciate it....



sam, if you want to keep all the lines in a vector, you can modify somkit's code as the following... As Pradeep mentioned, if you are directly printing the contents of the file to the console screen, you don't need a vector to store them... But if you want to use them in the future, you might need it...



Hope it helps...
 
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