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prompt the user to enter a fully qualified class name
If the class name they entered ends in ".class" strip that part off

I've tried my self to write code for the above requirement,am getting errors,could u pls help me?
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>> I've tried my self to write code for the above requirement,am getting errors,could u pls help me?
Yes, we could. If you show us what code you have and what errors.
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The functions
   - String.endsWith()
   - String.substring()
will be useful
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Here at EE we're not allowed to write (homework?) code for you.
Only to help you with problems that occur in your own code.
So...
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String fqcName = // user entered class name
int index = fqcName.indexOf(".class");
if (index !- -1) fqcName = fqcName.substring(0, index);

Is that what you need?
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Oooops. Didn't think about the homework thing. If this is homework, shame on both of us.

My appologies.

Geoff
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>> If this is homework, shame on both of us.
*Both* of us? You mean yourself and the author, I hope.

btw. even shorter:    

     String fqcName = // user entered class name
     String fqcWithoutClass = fqcName.replaceAll(".class", "");

;°)
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Quite.

;)
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>>  Oooops. Didn't think about the homework thing. If this is homework, shame on both of us.

YOU DID THE RIGHT THING. YOU ARE NOT GIVING THE ENTIRE CODE.
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by:sudhakar_koundinya
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strange, zzynx have already given the idea to you.
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by:sudhakar_koundinya
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you could have split the points to both guys

Regards
Sudhakar
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and also you have accepted wrong comment .
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Iam extremely sorry for using homework question!

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Hereafter i'll ask quetions with codings,Thanks a lot!
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Thanks for ignoring me once again!
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Hey zzynx,

Did I get all these points in error. I wouldn't want to alienate. Is there any way to share?

Geoff
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Hi Geoff,
thanks for your honesty.
I already asked Venabilli to reopen it *once again*.
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Not being obtuse here but I don;t see a split points link.

Geoff
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Geoff, Venabilli's comment is meant for sraveend  (made a name mistake)
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Yes. Sorry Geoff :(((

sraveend,

Any troubles?

Venabili
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:)
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