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is it ok to use string tokenizer in OOP-2 (NaturalLanguageMultiply Assignment?
I use it break the string argument like "twenty-one".
am i heading in the right direction? any hints?
 
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I guess you could, but you don't need to. String objects work just fine. Check out the String API, all the methods you need to separate the strings are in there.
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It has been done that way.
 
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thanx marilyn and jason
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