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cloning array of vectors

 
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How do I clone array of vectors?
This works only for one vector:
Vector vector2 = (Vector)vector.clone();
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You could create a vector of vectors instead of and array of vectors, first of all. Or better yet, a list of lists. You could also just make a boring loop:
Vector[] copy = new Vector[old.length];
for (int i = 0; i < old.length; old++) {
copy[i] = old[i].clone();
}
 
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Sorry, maybe I wasn't too clear:
I have vector v that contains 3 vectors and I need to clone it.
 
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