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Separating a String into 4 Separate Strings

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I have the following String...

String custInfo = "Timothy Woods; Toys'R'Us; 12345; 101 Victory Street, Columbus, Ohio 43230";

Can this be done in a quicker way than just declaring 4 Strings separately?

Thanks Everyone!
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String[] splitStrings = custInfo.split(";");
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>>> Can this be done in a quicker way than just declaring 4 Strings separately?

As for execution time, declaring them as 4 separate strings it the fastest of them all.
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String[] custInfoAr = { "Timothy Woods", "Toys'R'Us",  "12345", "101 Victory Street",  "Columbus", "Ohio",  "43230" };

CustomerInfo ci = new CustomerInfo(custInfoAr); // make your own class for tis
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