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Zakir Hossain
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use ArrayList instead of Vector dude
 
Michael Dunn
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Thanks for the advice
 
Bear Bibeault
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What do ArrayLists and Vectors have to do with an ancient city in southern Mesopotamia?
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Jeroen T Wenting
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They were quite advanced in Mesapotamia... Wouldn't surprise me if Erich von Daenicken could have found evidence of computers running Java in Ur.
 
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He did - but that was why the first post - they were using java 1.2 and as such using Vector - but know, lo these many centuries later we have java 5 (and hence arraylist).
 
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isn't Erich von Daenicken claiming that he found proove of data structures far more advanced than ArrayList? Something noone can possibly imagine nowadays?
 
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Why, yes, he did. Unfortunately, the margin of his expedition diary was too small, so he couldn't write down an explanation of them...
 
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And while the Incans never invented the wheel, there was a thriving .NET user's group there
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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