[Solved] How to split Numeric Values and Words from a String in Java? [duplicate]

After considering your String It made me to add one thing String s2= “10 = On Battery “; String s[]=s2.split(“=”); int i=Integer.parseInt(s[0].trim());<———– use trim() otherwise you will have “10 ” with whitespace ^ But…… I have to split the numeric value 10 and words “On Battery”(Including the space in between them) String a=s2.split(“=”)[0];//”10 ” String … Read more

[Solved] Split multiple Words in a string [closed]

I am unsure about the language, but for C# you can use the following: string s1 = “1 AND 1 OR 1”; string s2 = s1.Replace(“AND”, “,”).Replace(“OR”, “,”); Console.WriteLine(s2); Which doesn’t use regular expressions. If you want an array, you can use the following: string s1 = “1 AND 1 OR 1”; string[] s2 = … Read more

[Solved] Java Array Searching [closed]

You could stream the array, and filter using String::contains. String[] words = {“bad”, “bat”,”hat”}; String filter = “at”; List<String> list = Stream.of(words) .filter(word -> word.contains(filter)) .collect(Collectors.toList()); System.out.println(list); solved Java Array Searching [closed]

[Solved] How do I reverse text in C#? [closed]

char[] chararray = this.toReverse.Text.ToCharArray(); Array.Reverse(chararray); string reverseTxt = “”; for (int i = 0; i <= chararray.Length – 1; i++) { reverseTxt += chararray.GetValue(i); } this.toReverse.Text = reverseTxt; Hope this helps 4 solved How do I reverse text in C#? [closed]

[Solved] how to print a string who contains variables, the string is contained is .json file? [closed]

I think you should develop more on your fundamentals, and try out your own code before asking a question here. I guess what you are trying to achieve can be done like this. import json with open(“example.json”, “r”) as f: json_content = json.load(f) message = json_content[“message”] variable = “var” print(message.format(variable=variable)) # prints # this is … Read more

[Solved] java characters in a string

This should do it. What it does is that it gets a string to look at, gets a character to look at, iterates through the string looking for matches, counts the number of matches, and then returns the information. There are more elegant ways to do this (for example, using a regex matcher would also … Read more

(Solved) How to check whether a string contains a substring in JavaScript?

ECMAScript 6 introduced String.prototype.includes: const string = “foo”; const substring = “oo”; console.log(string.includes(substring)); // true includes doesn’t have Internet Explorer support, though. In ECMAScript 5 or older environments, use String.prototype.indexOf, which returns -1 when a substring cannot be found: var string = “foo”; var substring = “oo”; console.log(string.indexOf(substring) !== -1); // true 6 solved How to check whether … Read more

(Solved) How do I compare strings in Java?

== tests for reference equality (whether they are the same object). .equals() tests for value equality (whether they are logically “equal”). Objects.equals() checks for null before calling .equals() so you don’t have to (available as of JDK7, also available in Guava). Consequently, if you want to test whether two strings have the same value you … Read more

[Solved] Java / Scala – how to convert string to long?

java.sql.Timestamp (a subclass of java.util.Date) uses milliseconds for time while the Unix timestamp counts seconds. If you have a Unix timestamp you need to multiply it by 1000 (and divide by 1000 to get a Unix timestamp from a Java Date). solved Java / Scala – how to convert string to long?