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Posted By: jnox   5/6/2006 7:15:00 AM
Reply To: vandana who posted...
 
I can give you a simple example, here goes:
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String b = "Hello\nMotto\n!";
StringReader sr = new StringReader(b);
ByteArrayOutputStream baos = new ByteArrayOutputStream();
int ch = 0;

for (int i=1;i<=b.length() ;i++ ){
ch = sr.read();
if (ch!=10){ //value 10 is enter
//when you catch the character of enter, do what u have to do. In here, I put character into ByteArrayOutputStream.
baos.write(ch);
}
}

System.out.println(baos.toString());
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Have a nice try!

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What jnox means to say is, there is a character that will insert the newlines or 'enter' that you want. Simply put \n whereever you need a new line. So if I wanted to write the phrase: Hello!
Goodbye!

Then I would write:

System.out.println("Hello\nGoodbye");

Similar to this are the tab \t and quotations \"
robosycho 5/8/2006 5:42:00 PM


 
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