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could anyone please help me out in printing out the vector elements.
I have a Vector, of which each element in the vector holds an array of strings. How to print in the following format
v(1) = [s(1),s(2)....]
.
.
.
v(n) = [s[1]........]
Let say for eg:-
Vector v = new Vector();
v.addElement(string[]);
Thanks,
 
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Originally posted by VV:
could anyone please help me out in printing out the vector elements.
I have a Vector, of which each element in the vector holds an array of strings. How to print in the following format
v(1) = [s(1),s(2)....]
.
.
.
v(n) = [s[1]........]
Let say for eg:-
Vector v = new Vector();
v.addElement(string[]);
Thanks,


Here is a quick method you could use usinf for loops.

[This message has been edited by Carl Trusiak (edited July 13, 2000).]
 
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