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Questions about my code and JUnit Test

 
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Hi..!
Sorry for my English first..!
I have wrote this class who read from text line by line and save the words in fileOnTable.. Now i don't know what to read in ReadOffer to save the words in object offers and return this.. One more question.. What JUnit test can write for this code..?

 
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Welcome to JavaRanch, Cristin.

Cristin Mavridu wrote:I have wrote this class who read from text line by line and save the words in fileOnTable..


Actually, you haven't. What you've written will:
  • Read lines from a file.
  • Put them into a StringBuffer, separated by '\n's.
  • Convert the StringBuffer to a String.
  • Pass that String to a method that then splits it back into lines - lines note, NOT "words"; unless each line in your file IS actually a word.

  • Now don't you think that's a bit tortuous? - especially since your BufferedReader is already providing you with lines.

    My suggestion: Have a think about how you might read your lines in more simply, and get THAT part of the program working before you start worrying about "words" and ReadOffers.

    HIH

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