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    Default Java programming

    Remove the words that begin with two consonants. Need hep with this.


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    Default Can't find problem.;/

    Remove the words that begin with two consonants.

    package pi11b_savarankiskas_d;


    import java.util.StringTokenizer;
    public class Pi11b_savarankiskas_d {

    /**
    * @param args the command line arguments
    */
    public static void main(String[] args) {
    // TODO code application logic here
    byte bsak[]=new byte[100];
    System.out.println("Įvesti sakinį:");
    try{
    int bytes=System.in.read(bsak);
    }
    catch(Exception e){
    System.out.println(e);
    }
    finally{
    String strsa=new String(bsak);
    fun(strsa);
    }
    }

    public static void fun(String sak) {
    System.out.println("Įvestas sakinys:"+sak);
    String sep=" ,;:?!.";
    String zodis;
    final int N=13;
    String [] strzodmas=new String[N];
    StringTokenizer x=new StringTokenizer(sak,sep);
    int kiek = x.countTokens();
    //int nT=x.countTokens();
    int i=0;
    while(x.hasMoreTokens())
    {
    zodis=x.nextToken();
    strzodmas[i++]=zodis;
    }
    int j;
    char[] c=new char[20];
    c[0] = 'b';
    c[1] = 'c';
    c[2] = 'č';
    c[3] = 'd';
    c[4] = 'f';
    c[5] = 'g';
    c[6] = 'h';
    c[7] = 'j';
    c[8] = 'k';
    c[9] = 'l';
    c[10] = 'm';
    c[11] = 'n';
    c[12] = 'p';
    c[13] = 'r';
    c[14] = 's';
    c[15] = '';
    c[16] = 't';
    c[17] = 'v';
    c[18] = 'z';
    c[19] = '';


    for (j=0; j<kiek; j++)
    {
    char pirmas = strzodmas[j].charAt(0);
    char antras = strzodmas[j].charAt(1);

    if((pirmas != c[0]) && (pirmas != c[1]) && (pirmas != c[2]) && (pirmas != c[3]) && (pirmas != c[4]) && (pirmas != c[5]) && (pirmas != c[6]) && (pirmas != c[7]) && (pirmas != c[8]) && (pirmas != c[9]) && (pirmas != c[10]) && (pirmas != c[11]) && (pirmas != c[12]) && (pirmas != c[13]) && (pirmas != c[14]) && (pirmas != c[15]) && (pirmas != c[16]) && (pirmas != c[17]) && (pirmas != c[18]) && (pirmas != c[19]) )
    {
    System.out.println(strzodmas[j]);
    }
    else if ((antras != c[0]) && (antras != c[1]) && (antras != c[2]) && (antras != c[3]) && (antras != c[4]) && (antras != c[5]) && (antras != c[6]) && (antras != c[7]) && (antras != c[8]) && (antras != c[9]) && (antras != c[10]) && (antras != c[11]) && (antras != c[12]) && (antras != c[13]) && (antras != c[14]) && (antras != c[15]) && (antras != c[16]) && (antras != c[17]) && (antras != c[18]) && (antras != c[19]))
    {
    System.out.println(strzodmas[j]);
    }
    }
    }
    }

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    Default Re: Can't find problem.;/

    Please edit your post using code tags

     

    It makes things much easier to read and follow the logical flow of
    your program.

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    Default Re: Java programming

    Hi Welcome to the forum.

    Please do not double post your questions, keep them in the one
    domain.

    Moderator Request:

    Please move or remove this thread.

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    Default Re: Java programming

    Threads merged. Thanks, Ada.

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