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    Default Taking Input in String Array

    Hi All,

    I am new to JAVA programming. I want to take input as String in Array. Kindly help me how to take input from user in String Array.

    For e.g: Hello World then Hello should be stored in index [0] and World in index [1].

    Kindly help.

    Thanks and Regards,
    Hasan


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    Default Re: Taking Input in String Array

    This is the first result when googling "java arrays": Arrays (The Java™ Tutorials > Learning the Java Language > Language Basics)

    What part of this are you stuck on? What have you tried? What worked, what didn't work? How didn't it work? Be specific, post an SSCCE, and we'll go from there.
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    Actually i want to reverse the order of the string. For example if someone give input as "hello world" it should reverse it to "world hello".
    Remember. I don't want to use any function.

    Can anybody help me out.

    Thanks and Regards,
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    Default Re: Taking Input in String Array

    Quote Originally Posted by syehjafa View Post
    Actually i want to reverse the order of the string. For example if someone give input as "hello world" it should reverse it to "world hello".
    Remember. I don't want to use any function.

    Can anybody help me out.

    Thanks and Regards,
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    Smells like a homework assignment. How would you do this by hand, with a piece of paper and a pencil? Write that out, and you'll have an algorithm that should be pretty easy to translate to code.
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    Default Re: Taking Input in String Array

    I don't want to use any function
    You will have to use some methods. Which ones are you allowed to use?
    There is no way to get at the contents of a String without using a method.

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    Default Re: Taking Input in String Array

    I am new to Java too. But I guess this might help you in some way: Strings (The Java™ Tutorials > Learning the Java Language > Numbers and Strings)
    Take a look at String Lenght section. I know this is not the thing you look for, but might give you some idea.

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    char[] MadelArray = { 'm', 'a', 'd', 'e', 'l', '.'};
    String MadelString = new String(MadelArray );
    System.out.println(MadelString);

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    Default Re: Taking Input in String Array

    Quote Originally Posted by madelarbo View Post
    char[] MadelArray = { 'm', 'a', 'd', 'e', 'l', '.'};
    String MadelString = new String(MadelArray );
    System.out.println(MadelString);
    ...and?

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