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How can I create and populate a constant from a file? [closed]

Closed. This question needs details or clarity. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Add details and clarify the problem by editing this post. Closed 4 months ago. Improve this question I’m making a word game program which has a dictionary of words in a text file. I need to run 2 methods through the dictionary

Return string next to another inside a .txt file (JAVA)

I have a .txt file that reads for example: The idea is to create a function that receives a strinf and compares it to the first three characters, in this case, AAA, ZZZ or LKH, and if it is equal, it returns the numeric value, but my comparison isn’t working as intended, because the comparison doesn’t seem to be working

Reading a file and saving each line into a variable

For a project of mine, I’m trying to read a file of Integers and save each line into a file. Each of the files I’m reading have a different amount of lines. The file would look like 17 72 61 11 63 95 100 Is there a way I can use a loop and save the value in a different

Saving an ArrayList<ArrayList> to File

I am able to save an ArrayList to a file without any problems, but when I try to write and read an ArrayList<ArrayList<Integer>> to file it nulls out the values. I cannot find an example of this format working, or any subject matter as to why it wouldn’t work. Does anyone have any insight into why this might happen, or

How can I get Java to read all text in file?

I am trying to get Java to read text from a file so that I can convert the text into a series of ascii values, but currently it only seems to be reading and retrieving the first line of the txt file. I know this because the output is much shorter than the text in the file. The text in

How to convert https url to File in Java?

I have an https url which is of String format. How can I convert it to File? I tried this but I’m getting error – URI scheme is not “file” Answer FileUtils.copyURLToFile worked well for me. Reference –