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Hi, A method returns a Stringarray. Could someone tell me how can i can get to the elements of this array, (since I don't know how many elements this array contains cannot write a for loop for this) Can I convert or cast this array into some sort of a collection(Vector or ArrayList f.e.) so that i can use the methods .size() or .iterator()? thanks, Peter
if you want to convert in to collection then you have populate the value of array to collection element. Example create a ArrayList and populate each value of the array to ArrayList object and from ArrayList you can get collection. -arun
You can simply use the Arrays.asList(Object) method.
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