Given a text file, extract words from it. In other words, read the content of file word by word.
Input: And in that dream, we were flying. Output: And in that dream, we were flying.
1) Open the file which contains string. For example, file named “file.txt” contains a string “geeks for geeks”.
2) Create a filestream variable to store file content.
3) Extract and print words from the file stream into a string variable via while loop.
geeks for geeks.
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