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is it correct

 
Jigar Naik
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Isn't there any other way to do the same thing i had to do this becase i'm passing from1 to some constructor which accept simple string. not String[]

String from[] = request.getParameterValues("from");
String to[] = request.getParameterValues("to");
String sub[] = request.getParameterValues("sub");
String message[] = request.getParameterValues("message");

String from1,to1,sub1,message1;

from1 = from[0];
to1 = to[0];
sub1 = sub[0];
message1 = message[0];
 
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Why are you double handling?


The array shouldn't be required at all.
 
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String from[] = request.getParameterValues(from);

if i write this than it wont get compled.
Its giving err : A method getParameterValue(String) in the type servlet request is not applicable for the arguement String[]
 
David O'Meara
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Sorry, use getParameter(), and not getParameterValues(). The second one is only used when you expect the parameter to have multiple values, and obviously you do not.
 
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