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JavaScript to Java Applet arrays

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I'm trying to pass a JavaScript array to a Java Applet. However, it keeps spitting errors. This is how i'm creating and passing the array:
function CreateObject(_pageName,_objectType,_objectName){
var params = new Array();
var j=0;
for(var i=3;i<CreateObject.arguments.length;i++){
params[j] = CreateObject.arguments[i]+"";
/*for(var i=0;i<params.length;i++)
document.write(params[i]+" ");*/
"OM" is the java applet. _pageName,_objectType, & _objectName are ok, but when I tried reading the params array it chokes.
The java function is:
public int createObject(String _pageName, String _objectType, String _objectName, String[] _params) {
for(int i=0;i<_params.length;i++)
return -1;
Anything wrong here? wrong logic? wrong syntax? Do I need to receive the _params array as a JSObject[] instead?
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