How can we split a comma separated String in Java?

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How to split a comma- separated String of unknown length?
Jun 12, 2018 in Java by Daisy
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String str = "..."; // write the String like Bangalore, Mumbai, Pune.....
List<String> elephantList = Arrays.asList(str.split(","));

The split() method is used split the String as per the delimiter passed to the method.

answered Jun 12, 2018 by parth295
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