Java Challenge #9: Tokenizer

It is so important to know that Tokenizer exists and to know what tools you have available to make your code powerful!

Try to solve this challenge before seeing the answer below.

tokenizer.jpg

Answer: This is an easy one. We created the object Scanner passing the String to be tokenized, separated by a pattern. At first, you’ve got to know what the symbols on the tokens mean.

This symbol is called Regex. Many languages use the same concept:
http://www.vogella.com/tutorials/JavaRegularExpressions/article.html

In simple words, this symbol “[^\\w*]” means “not a word” so it will tokenize by the comma “,“.

The result is:
ThisIsIt
theFinalString
NoBugsProject

Java Challenge #9: Tokenizer

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