Java Split String by Spaces


In order to Split a String in Java, you need to make use of the split(String regex) function provided in java.lang.String class. Let's see an example.

Input String: "This is some text that I want to split by spaces into an Array of Strings."

Code Snippet:

package com.code2care.java.tutorials;

public class JavaStringSplitBySpace {

	public static void main(String[] args) {

		String dataString = "This is some text that I want to split by spaces into an Array of Strings.";
		String[] dataStringArr = dataString.split("\\s");
		for (String data : dataStringArr) {
			System.out.println(data);
		}
	}
}
Output:
This
is
some
text
that
I
want
to
split
by
spaces
into
an
Array
of
Strings.
Java - Split a String by spaces
Java - Split a String by spaces
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