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Read integers from a file

 
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I'm trying to read integers from a file (2 integer values separated by whitespace) that the program will use as variables. The following code works correctly. I was wondering, is there an easier method to read integer values from a file and then assign the values to specific variables?

 
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That's pretty straightforward. If you're on JDK 1.4 or later, you can replace StringTokenizer with String.split() to tighten things up a bit. Test with some incorrect input, see what happens now and decide what you want to have happen:
 
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