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Thread: ughhh!!!! I need help (Tokenizer)

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    Default ughhh!!!! I need help (Tokenizer)

    Dear guys i'm new to java and have to do a project for my class, I have to get user info using a tokenizer and they have to enter the info by seperating it with spaces, I need to be able to accept Strings and doubles with their input but i have no idea how to go about it. Can someone please help me???

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    Default Re: ughhh!!!! I need help (Tokenizer)

    Do you have any code for your project? If you have errors, pleases post the full text of the error messages and the code that caused the errors.

    For reading input from a user you can use the Scanner class.

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