Write a function that takes a String as an argument and prints all unique words in it.
Input : Java is great. Grails is also great Output : Java Grails also
The idea is to use map to keep track of words already occurred. But first, we have to extract all words from a String, as a string may contain many sentences with punctuation marks.
For extracting words from a String, refer Extracting each word from a String.
Python: The idea is to use a Dictionary for calculating the count of each word. But first, we have to extract all words from a String because a string may contain punctuation marks. This is done using regex or regular expression. The word which has count 1 in the dictionary is a unique word.
Java Grails also
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Method 2:using set()
In this approach, we store the string in the form of a set of individual words and print the words. To solve this problem in this method, first we need to know about https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/sets-in-python/
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
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