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Passing a String[][] using sockets

 
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Hi,
I am looking for some code snippet to pass a two dimensional String array from a client program to a server program.
Verbose examples are greatly appreciated
Thanks.
 
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Maybe I'm forgetting something, but why would this be different from passing any other object?
 
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Indeed I did not mean String per se,
I want to know whether its possible with two dimensional objects. But, based on what you are saying may I conclude that when I say writeObject(data) in my client, and

in my server that I am done?
 
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Put another bracket pair in that type identifier, and I can't think of why it shouldn't work. I'll try it here myself and see if something strange happens.
 
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Arrays are intrinsically Serializable, so if the contents are Serializable you should be able to just send it with an ObjectOutputStream.
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