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hoang vo
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Hi,
I hava these information:
name - string
alias - string
info1 - string
info2 - string
..


the info can go from 1 to 10

kind of like having a structure and saving that structure for later to load.
any info would be good on how to start it
 
Stuart Gray
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Two options:

1) Use a database and JDBC (too complex for me to go into here)

2) Write a class Person that represents your data, then make sure the class implements the Serializable interface. Serializable objects can be written and read using ObjectOutputSteam and ObjectInputStream. (Probably easier for begginers)
 
hoang vo
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thank you.
I will look into that.

currently i m using filewriter and filereader(2 be code)
and using a character sequence of "\n\n" as my end of the info for that person. But have been thinking about other methods to save structural information.

thanx again
 
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