unknown wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 9, 2010 at 1:22 PM, Francisco Martinez 
> <calabazag / hotmail.es> wrote:
>> Hi...I'm trying to solve a very simple exercise but this is one of my
>> first tasks and I can't manage to find a solution.
>> I have a txt file and I have to write a method which; given the txt file
>> as an entry argument returns an array of tokens. I have to call the
>> method that prints the solutin in the screen.
>> The solution should be this type:
>>
>> token 1= The
>> token 2= man
>> token 3= was
> 
> How far have you made it?
> * read from the file
> * get the tokens from the file
> * put the tokens into an array
> * display the output

I think I firstly have to do sometingh like this:

def print_tokens(txtFile)
f=File.open(txtFile)
f.each do |line|
  if(line=~/\t(.+)/)
   puts("token= #{$1}")
end
f.close
end
end

Here I don't have any array and something to indicate the number of each 
line...and it doesnt't work
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