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This is a followup to my previous question. I saw the link that mwvisa1 has referred me to. My question is :Why is the program not seeing any more words in the file?

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This is in respose to my first question as to why the program is not seeing more words in the input file
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Could you post a link to the question you are referring to? Thank you.

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Matthias Vance
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Thank you all for the responses. While I accepted only 1, msvisa1's response was also helpful in that it helped me look at the StringTokenizer class that I am yet to look at more carefully. javaexperto's answer was very specific though.
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