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Having problem with Scanner

 
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Hi all, I am experencing some strange problems with the new Scanner class. I am running Java 1.5, update 4 on Windows XP. I have the code below, done using JCreator Pro:



The program works fine, but if I attempt to redirect input from a file, such as:

java test < commands.txt

it will crash with a NoSuchElementException.

Any idea what I am doing wrong?
 
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The problem has to do with your attempt to open an input stream using System.in, followed by another attempt to open an input stream using System.in without having closed the first stream. Here's a version of your program that doesn't have that problem:

 
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