Formatted .data file, reading in and creating an array of objects from data

Hi there, I have written a text file with the following format;
List of random personal data: length 100
1 : Atg : Age 27 : Income 70000
2 : Dho : Age 57 : Income 110000
3 : Lid : Age 40 : Income 460000
4 : Wgeecnce : Age 43 : Income 370000
and so on.
These three pieces of data, Name,Age and Income were all generated randomly to be stored in an array of objects of class Person.
Now what I must do is , read in this very file and re-create the array of objects that they were initially written from.
I'm totally lost on how to go about doing this, I have only been learning java for the last month so anyone that can lend me a hand, that would be superb!
Cheers!

Looking at you other thread, you are able to create the code needed - so what's the problem?
Here's an (not the only) approach:
Create an array of the necessary length to hold the 3 variables, or, if you don't know the length of the file, create a class to contain the data. Then create an ArrayList to hold an instance of the class..
Use the Scanner class to read and parse the file contents into the appropriate variables.
Add each variable to either the array, or to an instance of the class and add that instance to the arraylist.

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