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Thread: StringBuffer help
11-24-2008, 02:20 PM #1
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So i'm supposed to take a string and input it into a stringbuffer function. I was told to split the string up using stringbuffer but how do i go about doing this? I need to get each individual word in the string and then put that word into a function in order to change that individual word.
Any ideas on how to use stringbuffer to get each different word?
I tried putting the string into an array and using split but apparently I am supposed to use stringbuffer to get the juice.
Any help is appriciated
11-24-2008, 03:46 PM #2
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Are you sure its a string buffer you want? I'm thinking you want to tokenize you're string, or use a matcher on it. String buffer isn't all that great at finding things, but it is good for slicing and replacing...
StringTokenizer defaults its deliminter on a whitespace, so thats probably what you want to use. Combine that with a string builder and you can replace and append what you're looking to do.
Oh yes, stringTokenizer class is here
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11-25-2008, 03:19 AM #3
It is possible to do...
String a = "All your base are belong to us";
splitted = a.split(" "); // function: String.split(regex) returns String