The output is 28. In the program, findInLine( ) is used to find an occurrence of the pattern
"Age". Once found, the next token is read, which is the age.
Related to findInLine( ) is findWithinHorizon( ) It is shown here:
String findWithinHorizon(Pattern pattern, int count)
String findWithinHorizon(String pattern, int count)
This method attempts to find an occurrence of the specified pattern within the next count
characters. If successful, it returns the matching pattern. Otherwise, it returns null. If count is
zero, then all input is searched until either a match is found or the end of input is encountered.
You can bypass a pattern using skip( ), shown here:
Scanner skip(Pattern pattern)
Scanner skip(String pattern)
If pattern is matched, skip( ) simply advances beyond it and returns a reference to the invoking
object. If pattern is not found, skip( ) throws NoSuchElementException.
Other Scanner methods include radix( ), which returns the default radix used by the
Scanner; useRadix( ), which sets the radix; reset( ), which resets the scanner; and close( ),
which closes the scanner.
The ResourceBundle, ListResourceBundle,
and PropertyResourceBundle Classes
The java.util package includes three classes that aid in the internationalization of your
program. The first is the abstract class ResourceBundle. It defines methods that enable you
to manage a collection of locale-sensitive resources, such as the strings that are used to label
the user interface elements in your program. You can define two or more sets of translated
strings that support various languages, such as English, German, or Chinese, with each
translation set residing in its own bundle. You can then load the bundle appropriate to the
current locale and use the strings to construct the program's user interface.
Resource bundles are identified by their family name (also called their base name). To
the family name can be added a two-character lowercase language code which specifies the
language. In this case, if a requested locale matches the language code, then that version
of the resource bundle is used. For example, a resource bundle with a family name of
SampleRB could have a German version called SampleRB_de and a Russian version
called SampleRB_ru. (Notice that an underscore links the family name to the language
code.) Therefore, if the locale is Locale.GERMAN, SampleRB_de will be used.
It is also possible to indicate specific variants of a language that relate to a specific country
by specifying a country code after the language code. A country code is a two-character uppercase
identifier, such as AU for Australia or IN for India. A country code is also preceded by an
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