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From "Harrington, James MAJ" <james.harringt...@tb12.arfor.army.mil>
Subject [LANG] - Meaning of 'Complete new Tokenizer Class'
Date Fri, 06 Jan 2006 11:06:41 GMT
Hi,

 

I was going to take a stab at this task on the LANG list, but thought
I'd better ask a few questions first.  First, I can think of three
possibilities for a string tokenizer implementation in LANG:

 

- a new implementation for the interface presented by
org.apache.commons.lang.text.StrTokenizer

- a new implementation for the interface presented by
java.util.StringTokenizer

- an implementation of an interface representing the most commonly used
features of string tokenizers

 

I would define those most commonly used features as being those
implemented by jave.util.StringTokenizer minus the ability to change
delimiters plus the concept of 'quoted' test from
org.apache.commons.lang.text.StrTokenizer.

 

Second, is there other alternatives that I haven't thought of?

 

I would suggest the third option above, but mostly I wanted to find out
which direction is desired.

 

Thanks,

 

  Jim

 

 


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