I've been trying to solve this thing for days.
My data comes in to my android app in this form
What I wanted to do is to group these data according to their first characters (^)( /) ( and the last has no symbol since I'd declared it as else)
Then, I wanted to display them in a table where: ^ goes to column 1, / goes to column 2 and the last would be in column 3
My problem is that I'm clueless as to how I'd be able to separate them using android code.
How would you do that without a computer? Write down instructions for how to do it, but do it so simply that anybody can understand it. Remember you will have to create a special case for things beginning with numbers; you cannot simply call it, “no starting character”.
I don't know whether the code would be different in ordinary Java® from Android, so you mustn't use any computing words in the description.
posted 6 days ago
Sorry, I forgot to mention I'm using a microcontroller. And the values are already processed/computed there.
My purpose for the android would be to help monitor those values in real time.
So now what I wanted to know is how I'd be able to separate them since those values are somewhat mixed
when they come in for display.
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