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    Default Storing Array from HTTP Post

    I have data in the form of a long text string with custom delimiters that is sent via an HTTP Post to a cell phone. Once received the java program parses the data into twelve string groups, stores each group in an array and then stores each array into a vector. The problem is that this takes too much time to parse out.

    I was wondering if there was a better way to handle this transfer. I don't think there's too much flexibility on the HTTP transfer command side, but wasn't sure if there was more flexibility on the parsing side. I can control the format of the text string coming over, so if I can find a more efficient manner of storing the data into the array/vector then that might solve the problem.

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    I hope the issue is on array/vector. Because each of your long string output passing through this combination. Think about a way to minimize it as possible.

    I can't say anything about it, because I don't know the way you have work out.

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