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storing arbitrary number of values to an arraylist

Mahmood Mehanna
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Hi everyone ,

I started learning JSF a month ago, and I have encountered the following issue.

Let's say I want to create a web application that consists of three pages

page 1 : the user enters a number and then submits it (one text field and a button)
page 2 : displays a number of text fields that was specified by the user (n number of text fields and a button)
page 3: displays the average of the entered numbers in the previous text fields

I managed to get the number from the user that was entered in the first page and
I stored it in a managed bean property called numValues

in the second page I get this numValues and display text fields using a loop

My question is how would I store the entered values in an arraylist

I will be grateful if someone gives me a hint
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