Main issue made by The Oracle: How do I split a string in Java to extract the username of an email address?
I have a string that is getting an email adress from a previous form and I want to split this email address and disgard everything after and including the @ sign.
String EMAIL = req.getParameter(“EMAIL”).trim();
and I know I need to do some kind of String.split(‘@’) but I can’t get it to work. Please can someone help me?
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Answer by Sam K
String EMAIL = req.getParameter(“EMAIL”).split(“@”);
will return the string before the at sign.
The trim() function on a String removes the whitespaces before and after the text, so it is not helpful here.
Answer by StormBringer
The split method needs a regular expression. Actually the following should work:
String tokens = EMAIL.split(“@”);
String userId = tokens;
Otherwise you can always use:
int index = EMAIL.indexof(‘@’);
String userId = null;
if (index!= -1)
userId = EMAIL.substring(0,index);
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