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Hi all,

Hope someone can help me.

I run a bash command and save the output as a string object
String str1 = "" +getLastOutput();

str1 would look like this: abcd efgh lkmn xsds

In this string ( str1) i need to check three separate words are there.

If i have an if statement with str1.contains("xyz") && str1.contains("lkmn") &&str1.contains("zzzzzzzzzzzz")

How can i get the one that is not there returned to the screen? so i can use elsewhere??

thanks for your help
 
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Welcome to the Ranch.

"The one that is not there..." That word(s)? The condition(s) that don't match?

Either way you probably want to break that if statement into separate if .. else if statements.

 
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Thanks for your kind reply

I was looking at if and if else statements and i felt it was not going to do what i needed. if the string contains the characters - i dont need to do anything.

I just want the piece of text that is not in the string st1 so in this case ("zzzzzz") to be returned to me.

If i used && - how can i get the false && out to the screen? so in this case ("zzzzz") be shown on screen?


Thank you
 
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