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String's split() -- gives compilation error

 
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String[] result1 = "hai how".split("\\s");
for (int x=0; x<result1.length; x++)
System.out.println(result1[x]);

When i tried to compile this, i got the follwing error?
cannot resolve symbol
symbol : method split (java.lang.String)
location: class java.lang.String
String[] result1 = "hai how".split("\\s");
^
1 error
 
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It is working and not giving compilation errors.
The code gave the following output:
hai
how

Which version of J2SE are you using?
 
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Fine for me also. Do a "java -version".
 
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String.split() is not in version 1.3. It's available only from V1.4
 
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Mine is jdk 1.3. What is the equivalent method in jdk 1.3?
 
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You can use substring() and try to implement it.
 
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Or StringTokenizer.

Or upgrade.
 
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