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I need a simple handler that can replace a word in a text. The built-in replace() function can only replace one char. So actually what I need is a way to enumerate through a plain text in a fast way...?
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Is InputStream something you are looking for. If you have a file you can create a Data inputStram on top of a FileInputStream (or FileRedaer in JDK 1.1) and go though the bytes (or characters) in that file one by one). You can write the result to some OutputStream or (Writer). If the data is in a string, you can
create a StringBufferInputStream (or StringReader). You also have a TokenizerStream which allow you to do some simple parsing of your text.
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