import Sav.Processor.*;
class WordSearch {
public static void main(String args[]) throws Exception {
    Association aSoft = new Association("Soft");
 * The aJavaTool and aSoft associations share one area of memory due to 
 * clone()
    Association aJavaTool = (Association) aSoft.clone();
 * The following code line sets a pass through "Java tool " for aJavaTool. 
 * By this means aJavaTool will an inassociation of aSoft.
    aJavaTool.con("Java tool ");    
//aJavaTool = {"JDK", "VisualJ++", "JBuilder"}
//aSoft = {"Java tool JDK", "Java tool VisualJ++", "Java tool JBuilder"}
 * The fix() method minds the initial route to value of the aJavaTool
 * association.
 * The fragment declares "Article1.txt" file input for searching 
 * a word token contained in aJavaTool association.
    String reference = "Article1.txt";
    InputStream input = new FileInputStream(reference);
    StreamTokenizer tokens = new StreamTokenizer(input);

    Concept cCurrent= null; //For the additional control
 * The while loop inspects all the input tokens till end of file (EOF) 
 * If concept of the current token string value (tokens.sval) is in 
 * aJavaTool, file name is connected with this concept by
 * PN.RELATION connection.
    while (tokens.ttype != tokens.TT_EOF) {
        if (tokens.ttype != tokens.TT_WORD) continue;
        Concept c = aJavaTool.get(tokens.sval);
        if (c == null) continue;
 * Restores the initial pass of the aJavaTool, we fixed by fix() method before.
 * The following line stores memory content of the aSoft and respectively
 * aJavaTool. It is useful for keeping and freeing the operating memory. 
 * Every association is saved in a file with a ".ass" extension and 
 * a corresponding name ("Soft"), "TempN.ass" by default if association
 * was created with a "new Association()" code text. If the operating 
 * memory is enough, a save() method allows only to save. 
        cCurrent= c;

/* Additional control of the current concept */
    if (cCurrent!= null) {
        for (Concept cReference = aJavaTool.getFirst(); cReference != null; cReference = aJavaTool.getNext()) {
            System.out.println("->" + cReference.toString());