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Thread: Splitting a String by number of characters

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    Default Splitting a String by number of characters

    If I wanted to split a string, e.g.
    String s= ("What's wrong with my code. It doesn't seem to work correctly?");

    How could I do it in a way that it is split by a specified number of characters without
    splitting a word, and the next part of the string is sent to a new line?

    Thank you in advance.


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    Default Re: Splitting a String by number of characters

    The substring method of the String class might be able to help you with part of that.

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    Default Re: Splitting a String by number of characters

    StringTokenizer will help you to do any operation on string...

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