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CHAPTER 18java.util Part 2: More Utility Classes

This chapter continues our discussion of java.util by examining those classes and interfaces that are not part of the Collections Framework. These include classes that tokenize strings, work with dates, compute random numbers, bundle resources, and observe events. Also covered are the Formatter and Scanner classes which make it easy to write and read formatted data. Finally, the subpackages of java.util are briefly mentioned at the end of this chapter.

StringTokenizer

The processing of text often consists of parsing a formatted input string. Parsing is the division of text into a set of discrete parts, or tokens, which in a certain sequence can convey a semantic meaning. The StringTokenizer class ...

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