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A ".txt" file needs to be read line-by-line where,each line contains data seperated by a token(,).The data on reading needs to be stored in a Collection class.The Data could be something like this -
BILL_NO,N,5, 0, "Bill No.",abc
RCPT_NO,N,5, 0, "Receipt No.",xyz

Should the data columns be stored in "seperate" Collection instances ??? Which Collection class would be most appropriate ??? Which InputStream would be most suitable to read this tokenized data ???
Pls let me know ur views.
Thanks.
 
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