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  1. #1
    joe Guest

    Help With Assignment


    hi pplz
    i wondering if anyoen out their can help me with a assignment that i have
    to do.
    below are some specifications'

    Specify an input file name and an output file name on the Java command line,
    both of which are the names of text files.

    Columns in the input file are assumed to be delimited by a set of input delimiters
    specified by the user, not the programmer. Note that the set may contain
    more than one delimiter character. For example, the set of input delimiters
    may be the tab and space characters.

    Write the input file to the output file, converting input delimiters to a
    user specified output delimiter, and converting all lowercase characters
    to uppercase. For example, an output delimiter might be a comma.


    Some source code ,comments or tips would help

    thanks
    joe

  2. #2
    Paul Clapham Guest

    Re: Help With Assignment

    Suggestion: Start by writing a program that simply copies the input file to
    the output file without modification. When that is working correctly, add
    code to satisfy the other requirements. If you have specific questions,
    don't hesitate to ask them here.

    PC2

    "joe" <joe456@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:3b8b9a8d$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > hi pplz
    > i wondering if anyoen out their can help me with a assignment that i have
    > to do.
    > below are some specifications'
    >
    > Specify an input file name and an output file name on the Java command

    line,
    > both of which are the names of text files.
    >
    > Columns in the input file are assumed to be delimited by a set of input

    delimiters
    > specified by the user, not the programmer. Note that the set may contain
    > more than one delimiter character. For example, the set of input

    delimiters
    > may be the tab and space characters.
    >
    > Write the input file to the output file, converting input delimiters to a
    > user specified output delimiter, and converting all lowercase characters
    > to uppercase. For example, an output delimiter might be a comma.
    >
    >
    > Some source code ,comments or tips would help
    >
    > thanks
    > joe




  3. #3
    joe Guest

    Re: Help With Assignment


    i heard theres many ways around this problem..
    i wondering if anyone can specify a good method.....
    also could any one recommend what classes is the best to use?

    joe



    "Paul Clapham" <pclapham@core-mark.com> wrote:
    >Suggestion: Start by writing a program that simply copies the input file

    to
    >the output file without modification. When that is working correctly, add
    >code to satisfy the other requirements. If you have specific questions,
    >don't hesitate to ask them here.
    >
    >PC2
    >
    >"joe" <joe456@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:3b8b9a8d$1@news.devx.com...
    >>
    >> hi pplz
    >> i wondering if anyoen out their can help me with a assignment that i have
    >> to do.
    >> below are some specifications'
    >>
    >> Specify an input file name and an output file name on the Java command

    >line,
    >> both of which are the names of text files.
    >>
    >> Columns in the input file are assumed to be delimited by a set of input

    >delimiters
    >> specified by the user, not the programmer. Note that the set may contain
    >> more than one delimiter character. For example, the set of input

    >delimiters
    >> may be the tab and space characters.
    >>
    >> Write the input file to the output file, converting input delimiters to

    a
    >> user specified output delimiter, and converting all lowercase characters
    >> to uppercase. For example, an output delimiter might be a comma.
    >>
    >>
    >> Some source code ,comments or tips would help
    >>
    >> thanks
    >> joe

    >
    >



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