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how to add an array to an ArrayList

 
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This is my code :

import java.util.ArrayList;
class collection<T>
{
T[] ob;
collection(T[] ob)

{
this.ob=ob;
}

public static void main(String args[])
{
ArrayList<Integer> list=new ArrayList<Integer>();
Integer [] i={2,4,5,67,8};
collection<Integer> i1=new collection<Integer>(i);
//list.add(i);

}
}
 
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You can use asList(T []) in the Arrays class, but this method returns List.
try this code:
 
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I have not tested this but try:
ArrayList<Integer[]> list=new ArrayList<Integer[]>();
 
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Thank you to Ahmed Yehia &Tony smith,it's working well
suja
 
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