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populating drop down list from database table

 
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hi
i have following questions:
1) How can we populate a drop down list from a database table? My drop down list should contain all the section numbers that satisfy a particular condition. I have written a query that would fetch all the correct section numbers. Now I want to add them into a drop down menu. Can someone tell me any way to achieve it?

2) Is there any way by which we can populate a drop down using all the elements in the array? For example:
Let the array be
String s []={"abc","def","xyz"};
How do i get the three string instances into the drop down menu?

3) Any other data structure (HashMap or Hashtable) will also do.

Thanks
 
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