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Old May 17th, 2005, 08:53 AM
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Default array conversion

I am having a string like this
String abc = "{10,20}, {11,98}, {56,89}";

now i want to convert it to double dimensional array.
The elements may increase.
please help me.

Old May 23rd, 2005, 07:42 AM
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store the pairs as arrays by all means, but if you are going to be changing the size of the overall array then you should definitely use a java.util.Vector.

In fact I'd use a vector for most arrays other than very simple ones.

Also remember that from java 1.4 you can use the split function to split a string into an array i.e. CSV to array:

String[] sCSVItems = "1,2,3".split(",");

Hopefully that's helpful

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