An assesment on this would be highly appreciated!
well done @ilkert you doing great
nice job on doing a chain call for replacing the string content here
newStory = newStory.replaceAll(":insertx:",xItem).replaceAll(":inserty:",yItem).replaceAll(":insertz:",zItem);
and have a nice day
Thank you @justsomeone!
Hehe yeah I really like chain calls. Even though it makes the code less-readable sometimes.
you very welcome @ilkert
i use chain call when i do not need the intermediate value and to make the code more readable
newStory = newStory.replaceAll(":insertx:",xItem) .replaceAll(":inserty:",yItem) .replaceAll(":insertz:",zItem);
use new line and tab/space as above (as space and new line ignored here) if you use IDE it could align your code in that way
i use inetllij idea the early access program (cause i need java IDE also)
you can use also webstorm
the early access give 2 months free after the release date of course it pre release version
of course if you can afford to pay for it then do it and buy it
and of course then other ide but i did not used it i guess visualstudio is good choice as editor that has many plugin
well done! Maybe you can use the way as image blow:
The regex can replace all the string which you need to replace
Oh I like that much better! Thank you very much.