Check out example codes for "java scanner". It will help you in understanding the concepts better.

Code Example 1

import java.util.Scanner;

// import scanner 

Scanner myScanner = new Scanner(System.in); // Make scanner obj

String inputString = myScanner.nextLine(); // Take whole line

boolean inputBoolean = myScanner.nextBoolean(); //Boolean input

long inputLong = myScanner.nextLong(); //Interger,long ... input

Code Example 2

import java.util.Scanner;//import Scanner

Scanner input=new Scanner(System.in);//Create the scanner Obj

float numF = input.nextFloat();//Returns float
int num1 = input.nextInt(); //Returns int
byte byte1 = input.nextByte();//Returns Byte
long lg1 = input.nextLong();//Returns long
boolean b1 = input.nextBoolean();//Returns bool
double num2 = input.nextDouble();//Returns Double
String nome = input.nextLine();//Returns String

//execution is pause until you give input

Code Example 3

import java.util.scanner;

Scanner *scanner name* = new Scanner(*input source*);

// Examples:
Scanner user = new Scanner(system.in);
Scanner text = new Scanner(new File("text.txt"));

Code Example 4

import java.util.Scanner;  // Import the Scanner class

class MyClass {
  public static void main(String[] args) {
    Scanner myObj = new Scanner(System.in);  // Create a Scanner object
    System.out.println("Enter username");

    String userName = myObj.nextLine();  // Read user input
    System.out.println("Username is: " + userName);  // Output user input
  }
}

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