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Thread: Every token to a string?

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    Post Every token to a string?

    Hi, I started making a program and now I have problem... Quite obvious...
    Well, I wonder if you can make every token using StringTokenizer to a new string.
    If someone could help quick it would be nice.

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    Default Re: Every token to a string?

    Use String.spilt instead.

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    Default Re: Every token to a string?

    Will that split the whole sentence in the first string up in words? I want to make every word from that to a new string.

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    Default Re: Every token to a string?

    If the words are separated by spaces and you split around spaces you'll get an array of words.

    E.g. if we have:
    String example = "This is an example string. What do you think?";
    String[] tokens = example.split(" ");

    Then tokens will be an array of strings
    ["This","is","an","example","string.","What","do"," you","think?"]

    You could further clean it up to remove non-alphabetical characters and change the case.

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