Is there a text wrap function in the java standard library?
The Python standard lib comes with the module
textwrap which provides a simple text wrapping functionality. Is there something comparable in the java standard library?
in Python it is something like this:
>>> t = "a really really long string with lots of characters" >>> import textwrap >>> textwrap.wrap(t, 20) ['a really really long', 'string with lots of', 'characters']
Asked by: Rebecca987 | Posted: 23-01-2022
There is not in the standard Java library, but there is in Apache Commons:
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