The task is to extract words from a given string. There may be one or more space between words.
Input : geeks for geeks Output : geeks for geeks Input : I love coding. Output: I love coding
We have discussed a solution in the below post.
How to split a string in C/C++, Python and Java?
In this post, a new solution using stringstream is discussed.
1. Make a string stream. 2. extract words from it till there are still words in the stream. 3. Print each word on new line.
This solution works even if we have multiple spaces between words.
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