troubleshooting Question

getting host from URL string

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I have a url string and I'd like to get the host out of it.

Now, I know I can just do:

URL url = new URL("http:///");
String host = url.getHost();

But must I really instatiate a URL every time?  Is there some kind of a static utility class that would do this without the need to do "new URL" ?  For the purposes of this question, assume that I don't want to be manually parsing the string using a regex or a substring.
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