Given a string, , matching the regular expression [A-Za-z !,?._'@]+, split the string into tokens. We define a token to be one or more consecutive English alphabetic letters. Then, print the number of tokens, followed by each token on a new line.
Note: You may find the String.split method helpful in completing this challenge.
A single string, .
is composed of any of the following: English alphabetic letters, blank spaces, exclamation points (!), commas (,), question marks (?), periods (.), underscores (_), apostrophes ('), and at symbols (@).
On the first line, print an integer, , denoting the number of tokens in string (they do not need to be unique). Next, print each of the tokens on a new line in the same order as they appear in input string .
He is a very very good boy, isn't he?
We consider a token to be a contiguous segment of alphabetic characters. There are a total of such tokens in string , and each token is printed in the same order in which it appears in string .