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Matt Ghiold
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Hey guys,
Does anyone know a way to do the following in java?
int count_5 = 12;
String test = 5;
count_$test would = 12 in korn shell.
Is there a way to do this in Java?
Please help.
Thanks,
 
Sri Addanki
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Hey Matt,
I don't know the solution, but trying to understand your question.
Can you please elaborate?
thanks,
sri
 
Matt Ghiold
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Not a problem. Basically what I want to do is to be able to dynimically identify the variable count_5. I want to accomplish this by using a fixed count_ and apply a variable to that test in this case to identify the int count_5
So, something like this...
int count_5 = 12;
String test = 5
Now, I want to get 12, but the only way I know that is by using the variable test, such that
String count = "count_"
int x = count_ + test This should equal the count_5 varible and return a 12.
How this makes a little more sense.
 
Barry Gaunt
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Is this question in the correct thread?
 
Mark Spritzler
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Matt, I am not sure which forum this actually belongs in. However, it isn't for the SCJD assignment, so I have to close this thread. Please chose another forum to post this question that will better match your question.
Thanks
Mark
 
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