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Buffered Reader

Problem Description

The BufferedReader class of Java is used to read the stream of characters from the specified source (character-input stream). The constructor of this class accepts an InputStream object as a parameter

This class provides a method named read() and readLine() which reads and returns the character and next line from the source (respectively) and returns them.

  • Instantiate an InputStreamReader class bypassing your InputStream object as a parameter.
  • Then, create a BufferedReader, bypassing the above obtained InputStreamReader object as a parameter.
  • Now, read data from the current reader as String using the readLine() or read() method.
  • For Example: Suppose we want to read an integer from the user then the code will look like:

     BufferedReader reader = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(System.in));
     int toRead = Integer.parseInt(reader.readLine());
    

    Another Example: Suppose we want to read a line (in form of a string) from the user then the code will look like:

     BufferedReader reader = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(System.in));
     String toRead = reader.readLine();
    

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    Task:

    Their exist two lines of input each consist of single integer, read these two integers using BufferedReader Class and then print both of them on a single line in a space-separated manner.



    Input Format

    Input consist of two lines.

    Both of the lines contains a single integer.



    Output Format

    Print both of the integers on a single line in a space-separated manner.



    Example Input

    Input 1:

     12
     1
    

    Input 2:

     12
     110
    



    Example Output

    Output 1:

     12 1
    

    Output 2:

     12 110
    



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