How to count the words in a String in C#

Remember the Word Count function in Microsoft Word? Here’s how we could implement counting the words in a String in C#:

The following is the spource code of a program featuring two word counting methods, both of which yield fairly similar results to Microsoft Word from Microsoft Office 2007. The example program below first executes a Regex-based function for counting the words in the string constant, and then executes the loop-based one.
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Example with Source Code: A simple database-driven Java web application (CRUD) implementing JSP and Servlets

You can study and implement the following examples to create a simple Java-based database-driven web application which makes use of JSP and Servlets applying a MVC (model-view-controller) principle.

Create the following files:

DatabaseConnection.java

package sample;
import java.sql.*;

public class DatabaseConnection {

    public static Connection getConnection() {
    Connection con = null;
    try {
        // change the following line to your jdbc driver
        Class.forName("com.borland.datastore.jdbc.DataStoreDriver");
        // change this to "your database url", "username", "password"
        con = DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:borland:dslocal:C:\\a.jds","Sample","");
        System.out.println(con);
        }
        catch (Exception ex) {
        ex.printStackTrace();
        }
    return con;
    }
}

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