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what is the easy way to move one position the string of an array i mean.

array[0]=a;
array[1]=b;
array[2]=c;


so i have
abc

what i want to do is something like these
abc
bca
cab


just move one space the array
 
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something like this (maybe??)

 
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Use another variable to hold the value, while you switch the others characters, like bubblesort(if you know this one!)
 
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Hi Tavo,

don't use an array. Use a java.util.LinkedList.

Then you just move it by saying:

Object moved = linkedListName.removeFirst();
linkedListName.offer(moved);


will move an element from the head of the list to its tail.




Yours,
Bu.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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