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I'm supposed to start using an ArrayPlus class to contain a flexible array, somewhat like a vector. Does that mean that when I use a set method or a retrieve method I use array commands or vector commands? i.e get is a vector command and you'd use an index value, and array would get the value at the array index. Does anyone have an example I could look at? When I create this new array I use a vector call like, ArrayPlus array = new ArrayPlus(); I'm just a little confused, an explanation or an example would be awesome. I'm assuming ArrayPlus class is something known to everyone in the java community...Thanks
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it was described as a class that we would have to create, but now that you mentioned arraylist and I looked it up, it sounds more and more like what we are supposed to be doing. If I were to create an interface "ADTList", followed by a class Arraylist which implemented that interface. How would I go about using clone and comparable?