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  1. #1
    srinu Guest

    Text to HTML translators using Java Utility/Java Class.


    I am having a text file. I need to save it into HTML format. How can I do
    this using Java.
    Is there any ready made Java Utility/Java Class available for converting
    text to HTML.
    I mean which will take a text file as input and outputs HTML file. When I
    searched on
    Internet I got so many Perl-translators which will do this but I need to
    do this using only
    Java Utility/Java Class. This is very critical to my project.Please let
    me know as soon
    as possible if such kind of Utility is availbale.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Srinu.

  2. #2
    brundavanam Guest

    Re: Text to HTML translators using Java Utility/Java Class.


    i think by using filechooser you can save any file as the format you want
    to be

    try it out.






    "srinu" <nlgsrinu@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >I am having a text file. I need to save it into HTML format. How can I do
    >this using Java.
    >Is there any ready made Java Utility/Java Class available for converting
    >text to HTML.
    >I mean which will take a text file as input and outputs HTML file. When

    I
    >searched on
    >Internet I got so many Perl-translators which will do this but I need to
    >do this using only
    >Java Utility/Java Class. This is very critical to my project.Please let
    >me know as soon
    >as possible if such kind of Utility is availbale.
    >
    >Thanks & Regards,
    >Srinu.



  3. #3
    Join Date
    Apr 2009
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    Try this!

    public void changeTextToHtml(String inputTxtFile)
    {
    String [] temp = inputTxtFile.split(".");
    String s,formName = "testForm";
    try{
    File txtFile = new File(inputTxtFile);
    File htmlFile = new File(inputTxtFile+".html");
    FileReader txtFileReader = new FileReader(txtFile);
    BufferedReader txtBuffReader = new BufferedReader(txtFileReader);
    PrintWriter htmlPrintWriter = new PrintWriter(htmlFile);
    htmlPrintWriter.println("<html>");
    htmlPrintWriter.println("<head>");
    htmlPrintWriter.println("<script>");
    //Write your script here using following
    htmlPrintWriter.println("function alertUser(){");
    htmlPrintWriter.println("alert('Created by ravi');");
    htmlPrintWriter.println("}");
    htmlPrintWriter.println("</script>");
    htmlPrintWriter.println("</head>");
    htmlPrintWriter.println("<form name ="+formName+" >");
    htmlPrintWriter.println("<body onLoad='alertUser()'>");
    //Start reading file line by line and write into the html file
    while((s=txtBuffReader.readLine())!=null)
    {
    htmlPrintWriter.println("<h1>"+s);
    htmlPrintWriter.println("<br>");
    }
    htmlPrintWriter.println("</body>");
    htmlPrintWriter.println("</form>");
    htmlPrintWriter.println("</html>");

    htmlPrintWriter.close();
    txtBuffReader.close();

    }catch(Exception e)
    {
    e.printStackTrace();
    }

    }

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