package umadas.examples;import*;import java.util.*;class Counters{int iCount = 1;} public class Wordfreq { public static Reader r; private static String str=""; public static void main(String args[]) { try { r = new BufferedReader(new FileReader(args[0])); fnWordFrequency(); r.close(); } catch (IOException e) { System.err.println(e); } } public static void fnWordFrequency() { HashMap map = new HashMap(); try { StreamTokenizer st = new StreamTokenizer(r); int iToken = st.nextToken(); while (iToken != StreamTokenizer.TT_EOF) { if (iToken == StreamTokenizer.TT_WORD) { if (map.containsKey(st.sval)) { ((Counters)map.get(st.sval)).iCount++; } else { map.put(st.sval, new Counters()); } } iToken = st.nextToken(); } } catch (IOException e) { System.err.println(e); return; } Collection entries = map.entrySet(); Vector vTor = new Vector(entries); Iterator it = vTor.iterator(); Map.Entry ent; String sWord; int iCounter; while(it.hasNext()) { ent = (Map.Entry); sWord = ((String)ent.getKey()); iCounter = ((Counters)ent.getValue()).iCount; str+=sWord+"\t"+iCounter+"\t"; System.out.println(sWord + "\t" + iCounter); } try { OutputStream f1=new FileOutputStream("C:/trial/umadas.txt"); byte buf[]=str.getBytes(); f1.write(buf); System.out.println("\n"); } catch(IOException io) { System.out.println(io.getMessage()); } } }THIS PROGRAM TOKENIZES THE WORD READ FROM A FILE IN COMMAND LINE AND PRINTS THE FREQUENCY OF EACH WORD.EX PROGRAM 25.NOW I HAVE A CLASS CONTAINING STOPWORDS LIKE( A ,AN) CONTAINED IN A HASHTABLE.I WANT TO READ THIS STOPWORDS FILEAND DISCARD THOSE AND PRINT THE ABOVE OUTPUT(DISCARDING THIS STOPWORDS).KINDLY HELP:sad:

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