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Parsing strings (Java)

Need help creating the response for this problem:5.6 Warm up: Parsing strings (Java)

(1) Prompt the user for a string that contains two strings separated by a comma. (1 pt)

  • Examples of strings that can be accepted:Jill, Allen
  • Jill , Allen
  • Jill,Allen 

Ex:

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Enter input string: Jill, Allen

(2) Report an error if the input string does not contain a comma. Continue to prompt until a valid string is entered. Note: If the input contains a comma, then assume that the input also contains two strings. (2 pts) 

Ex:

Enter input string: Jill Allen
Error: No comma in string
Enter input string: Jill, Allen

(3) Extract the two words from the input string and remove any spaces. Store the strings in two separate variables and output the strings. (2 pts) 

Ex:

Enter input string: Jill, Allen
First word: Jill
Second word: Allen

(4) Using a loop, extend the program to handle multiple lines of input. Continue until the user enters q to quit. (2 pts) 

Ex:

Enter input string: Jill, Allen
First word: Jill
Second word: Allen


Enter input string: Golden , Monkey
First word: Golden
Second word: Monkey


Enter input string: Washington,DC
First word: Washington
Second word: DC


Enter input string: q

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I inputted this but it is still wrong, what am I missing or doing wrong?

import java.util.Scanner;

public class ParseStrings {

  public static void main(String[] args) {

   Scanner scnr = new Scanner(System.in); 

   Scanner inSS = null;          

   String firstWord = ” “;        

   String secondWord = “”;

   String lineString = “”;

   boolean inputDone = false; 

   while (!inputDone) {

     lineString = scnr.nextLine();

     inSS = new Scanner(lineString);

     firstWord = inSS.next();

     System.out.print(“Enter input string: n”);

     if (firstWord.equals(“q”)){

      System.out.println(“First word: ” + firstWord);

      inputDone = true; 

     } else

{

      secondWord = inSS.next();

      System.out.println(“First word: ” + firstWord);

      System.out.println(“Second word: ” + secondWord);

      System.out.println();

    }

   }

   return;

  }

 
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