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I have two string arrays like below.



Here is my code:

But I'm getting the below output:





Expected output should be like below



Could please anyone help me?
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i dont really understand your question but i did a quick test and this is what i got !! you don't need to keep Emp as inner class as i have defined.

 
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Thanks, for your rply,

suppose If I have second array EmpDET as below.






Excepted output should be like below



 
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LOL are you gonna pay me for doing your job ? try it yourself and if you get into issues, someone will help you. Hope i don't sound rude !!

Thanks,
 
phani ravinutala
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thanks for your help.

I'm new this programming.


Can anyone please help me?

how would I set the object Employee?

what is the best way?




thanks
 
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You appear to be very confused about arrays. Have a look at the Java™ Tutorials for a start.
 
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phani ravinutala wrote:


Do you realize that you are using the very same Emp instance and just update that one? In the end, your list will contain several references to that very same instance, which will contain the values of the last array elements. Move the "Emp emp = new Emp();" line into the loop, just before you set the name.
 
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