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i was given this
when i post the same question
well... i am still confused... of how to use it....
what is a nval?
how do i intialize it?

well i tried... one of the examples from a website

I still do not know how to parse this line???
String str ="int one, two , three ,four , five,six,seven"
the words like five, six,seven happens as a single String... how do i parse them??
please help

[ July 15, 2006: Message edited by: catherine matthews ]
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The notation "instream.nval" tells you nval is a member on instream, which was declared as a StreamTokenizer. The doc for StreamTokenizer says nval is ...

There are many ways to parse a string. You can look into StringTokenizer (actually don't ... Sun says don't use it in new programs any more), String.split(), and the whole world of regular expressions.

I haven't used StreamTokenizer but see if setting wordChars() and whitespaceChars() would help you break on commas.
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