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Address Book

Angela D'souza
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I'm implementing an address book in which I can add new name and address, edit, delete the specific one. So name and address will be store in the template of javascript and will pass to Java classes. Now I want to store address in a way i can delete easily, i can edit easily or i can allow user to allow same names with different e-mail address.? Should I used Hashtable or LinkedList or something else to store name and addresses?
Cindy Glass
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Personally, I would use a Database. They make database maintenance much easier.

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Jamie Robertson
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Joined: Jul 09, 2001
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Originally posted by Cindy Glass:
Personally, I would use a Database. They make database maintenance much easier.
If your address book is a separate entity ( no relations to other data tables ) and the data volume is low, then you could use
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