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lazy initialization

 
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hi

how do i use lazy initialization
how would it change code like this

private int array[];

public void setArray()
{
array= new int[10];
}
public int[] getArray)()
{
return array;
}

help really apprecaited
thanks a lot
barb
 
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Is it your homework ?

Trying in google "Lazy initialization", and found:

http://www.javapractices.com/Topic34.cjp

So it's simply idea - don't create object, until someone will get it...
And your code:


But I'm sure that it is homework -
some very simple idea, and big name for it.
Why don't you use Google to search ?
[ June 16, 2004: Message edited by: Igor Ko ]
 
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thanks for help

i saw that web too
so the set method is empty then?

thanks
 
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no need to crosspost...
 
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