Re: regd String Tokeniser
Hello William, ----- Original Message ----- From: "william locksman" <vsd18@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> > hi my question is regarding the String tokenizer function of java. > I am making use of the String Tokenizer > in the following way > > Statement : 1 > > <xsl:variable name = "tokens" select = > "java:util.StringTokenizer.new($MyString,',')"/> > in analogy to java , where i give a statement like > > Statement : 2 > > StringTokenizer strTokeniser = new StringTokenizer(str, > token,false); > > and then go through each of the token in a loop. > > now ho do i do the same with Statement : 1 that is thro xsl u could use xslt for the job also.... http://www.exslt.org/str/functions/tokenize/index.html > after the Statement : 1 is executed what will i have in the > variable $tokens ?? u will have a bunch of xml data .....stored in a variable. eg. <token>see</token><token>spot</token><token>run</token> > and how do i iterate throgh the tokens?? just like any other xml ( though remember if u have an RTF, u will have to use any of the common extension functions to make it a nodeset for processing ). u could iterate by using <xsl:for-each/> or match templates..... maybe giving us an example string and form of processing. cheers, jim fuller XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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