Spliting String on space

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Spliting String on space

Hi, if someone could please help me, i'm trying to split a string like this:

String s1=input_row.m_lines;
int pos=s1.indexOf(":");

context.Line=s1.substring(0,pos) ; 
context.Mask=s1.substring(pos+1) ; 

String str = s1.substring(0,pos) ;
String[] splited = str.split("\\s+");

//System.out.println(context.Line);
System.out.println(splited);

and it gives me this:

[statistics] connecting to socket on port 3496
[statistics] connected
[Ljava.lang.String;@2669b199

[Ljava.lang.String;@2344fc66

[Ljava.lang.String;@458ad742
[statistics] disconnected

The output of System.out.println(context.Line) without the split function is:

Name

Surname

Email

i want to split all and store each in different variables, anyways to do so?


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Re: Spliting String on space

Hi,

 

please note that you do not print out the content of your Array after split.

 << System.out.println(splited);

To print out a value stored in the array you would acces it like : System.out.println(splited[0]);

 

See also following snippet and try it out :

String s1="Hello my dear I do have something to say I hope you gonna like it";

String[] splited = s1.split("\\s+");

//System.out.println(context.Line);
System.out.println(splited);

for(String w:splited){
System.out.println(w);
}

The output will be :

 

 [Ljava.lang.String;@7852e922
Hello
my
dear
I
do
have
something
to
say
I
hope
you
gonna
like
it

----------------------------

I hope it helps

BR B_p


All Replies

Re: Spliting String on space

Hi,

 

please note that you do not print out the content of your Array after split.

 << System.out.println(splited);

To print out a value stored in the array you would acces it like : System.out.println(splited[0]);

 

See also following snippet and try it out :

String s1="Hello my dear I do have something to say I hope you gonna like it";

String[] splited = s1.split("\\s+");

//System.out.println(context.Line);
System.out.println(splited);

for(String w:splited){
System.out.println(w);
}

The output will be :

 

 [Ljava.lang.String;@7852e922
Hello
my
dear
I
do
have
something
to
say
I
hope
you
gonna
like
it

----------------------------

I hope it helps

BR B_p

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Re: Spliting String on space

Thanx, it actually solved it ^^

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