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reply "Charles Sanders" <sanders-consulting comcast.net> writes:
Im a bit confused about the behavior of split and splitlines (tried both).
I have this code

void main() {

 //Validator val = new Validator();

 byte [] wholeFile = file.read("C:\\temp");
 char [] [] lines = file.splitlines((char[])wholeFile);

 for (int i = 0;i < lines.length;i++) {
  puts((char[])lines[i]);
 }

 //val.Validate(lines,seperator);
}

And in the file temp, I have

this, is, a , comma, seperated
list, for , you, to seperate
more, stuff, here, for you,
you, silly, oaf

What im getting is for lines[0]

this, is, a , comma, seperated
list, for , you, to seperate
more, stuff, here, for you,
you, silly, oaf

lines[1]

list, for , you, to seperate
more, stuff, here, for you,
you, silly, oaf

lines[2]

more, stuff, here, for you,
you, silly, oaf

lines[3]

you, silly, oaf

Is this the intended behavior ?

Charles
Jul 20 2003
parent reply "Vathix" <vathix dprogramming.com> writes:
It separates each line in the file. Remember that the slices aren't
null-terminated. Use:
puts(toStringz((char[])lines[i]));


"Charles Sanders" <sanders-consulting comcast.net> wrote in message
news:bffl63$nl3$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 Im a bit confused about the behavior of split and splitlines (tried both).
 I have this code

 void main() {

  file://Validator val = new Validator();

  byte [] wholeFile = file.read("C:\\temp");
  char [] [] lines = file.splitlines((char[])wholeFile);

  for (int i = 0;i < lines.length;i++) {
   puts((char[])lines[i]);
  }

  file://val.Validate(lines,seperator);
 }

 And in the file temp, I have

 this, is, a , comma, seperated
 list, for , you, to seperate
 more, stuff, here, for you,
 you, silly, oaf

 What im getting is for lines[0]

 this, is, a , comma, seperated
 list, for , you, to seperate
 more, stuff, here, for you,
 you, silly, oaf

 lines[1]

 list, for , you, to seperate
 more, stuff, here, for you,
 you, silly, oaf

 lines[2]

 more, stuff, here, for you,
 you, silly, oaf

 lines[3]

 you, silly, oaf

 Is this the intended behavior ?

 Charles

Jul 20 2003
parent reply "Charles Sanders" <sanders-consulting comcast.net> writes:
Thanks V, another quick question;

I have a loop that looks something like

char [] [] elements;

loop {
    char [] line = read (...);
    elements ~= line;
}

how would i reset elements, so that it contained no elements ?

Also, what happent to the IRC server ??

Charles


"Vathix" <vathix dprogramming.com> wrote in message
news:bffv35$11dq$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 It separates each line in the file. Remember that the slices aren't
 null-terminated. Use:
 puts(toStringz((char[])lines[i]));


 "Charles Sanders" <sanders-consulting comcast.net> wrote in message
 news:bffl63$nl3$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 Im a bit confused about the behavior of split and splitlines (tried


 I have this code

 void main() {

  file://Validator val = new Validator();

  byte [] wholeFile = file.read("C:\\temp");
  char [] [] lines = file.splitlines((char[])wholeFile);

  for (int i = 0;i < lines.length;i++) {
   puts((char[])lines[i]);
  }

  file://val.Validate(lines,seperator);
 }

 And in the file temp, I have

 this, is, a , comma, seperated
 list, for , you, to seperate
 more, stuff, here, for you,
 you, silly, oaf

 What im getting is for lines[0]

 this, is, a , comma, seperated
 list, for , you, to seperate
 more, stuff, here, for you,
 you, silly, oaf

 lines[1]

 list, for , you, to seperate
 more, stuff, here, for you,
 you, silly, oaf

 lines[2]

 more, stuff, here, for you,
 you, silly, oaf

 lines[3]

 you, silly, oaf

 Is this the intended behavior ?

 Charles


Jul 21 2003
parent "Vathix" <vathix dprogramming.com> writes:
elements = null;

The IRC server is back up now, sorry about that! There was a problem with
the ISP, it was beyond my control.


"Charles Sanders" <sanders-consulting comcast.net> wrote in message
news:bfi3e5$92h$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 Thanks V, another quick question;

 I have a loop that looks something like

 char [] [] elements;

 loop {
     char [] line = read (...);
     elements ~= line;
 }

 how would i reset elements, so that it contained no elements ?

 Also, what happent to the IRC server ??

 Charles


 "Vathix" <vathix dprogramming.com> wrote in message
 news:bffv35$11dq$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 It separates each line in the file. Remember that the slices aren't
 null-terminated. Use:
 puts(toStringz((char[])lines[i]));


 "Charles Sanders" <sanders-consulting comcast.net> wrote in message
 news:bffl63$nl3$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 Im a bit confused about the behavior of split and splitlines (tried


 I have this code

 void main() {

  file://Validator val = new Validator();

  byte [] wholeFile = file.read("C:\\temp");
  char [] [] lines = file.splitlines((char[])wholeFile);

  for (int i = 0;i < lines.length;i++) {
   puts((char[])lines[i]);
  }

  file://val.Validate(lines,seperator);
 }

 And in the file temp, I have

 this, is, a , comma, seperated
 list, for , you, to seperate
 more, stuff, here, for you,
 you, silly, oaf

 What im getting is for lines[0]

 this, is, a , comma, seperated
 list, for , you, to seperate
 more, stuff, here, for you,
 you, silly, oaf

 lines[1]

 list, for , you, to seperate
 more, stuff, here, for you,
 you, silly, oaf

 lines[2]

 more, stuff, here, for you,
 you, silly, oaf

 lines[3]

 you, silly, oaf

 Is this the intended behavior ?

 Charles



Jul 21 2003