The split method of the String class is very useful when you want to tokenize a string. Its power lies in the fact that it accepts a string, as a parameter, which can be a regular expression. However you must be careful when you want to split a string using the whitespace character as a delimiter. Consider the following snippet of code: String str = "Testing split using two whitespace characters"; String tokens = str.
OutOfMemoryError in Eclipse | Java Virtual Machine (JVM) It might happen that while running a Java application within the Eclipse environment you get an OutOfMemoryError due to the maximum amount of memory dedicated to the heap. You can fix it by increasing the minimum (-Xms parameter) and maximum (-Xmx parameter) heap size. You can do it in two different ways: By editing your eclipse.ini file you find under your Eclipse installation directory.
In Java it is possible to retrieve the number of columns of a ResultSet dinamically, thanks to the ResultSetMetaData class. Here’s an example: // Here you get the conn object. E.g.: // Connection conn = DriverManager.getConnection(...); Statement st = conn.createStatement(); ResultSet rs = st.executeQuery("SELECT * FROM your_table"); ResultSetMetaData rsmd = rs.getMetaData(); int numCols = rsmd.getColumnCount(); System.out.println("Number of columns in your_table: " + numCols); The previous code retrieves and displays the number of columns of your_table.