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how to acess the elements in an array of array objects.

 
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// the following is the code that creates and initialises an array.

public class ObjectArray
{
public static void main(String[] args)
{
Object[] o = new Object[]{new int[]{1,2,3}, new String[]{"one","two"}}; // this statement declares,creates and initialises an array of array objects
// can anyone explain me how can i get the elements from the integer array and string array which are elements of the Object array
}
}
 
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You'll need to cast elements 0 and 1 to int[] and String[] respectively:
That may look intimidating, so don't be afraid to use a temporary variable instead:
 
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Rob Spoor wrote:You'll need to cast elements 0 and 1 to int[] and String[] respectively:
That may look intimidating, so don't be afraid to use a temporary variable instead:



thank you rob. thank you very much. its working.
you really gave a simple solution. thankyou once again.
 
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You're welcome.
 
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