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    Default Help with Objects!

    I need to make a Data object for each team in a league. I started by making an array of the objects, but then I could only access the objects by the array index which caused me all kinds of inheritance problems.

    My question is, is there a way of creating objects with the team names?

    For example, say I have an array of strings teamNames[20] containing all the teams in the Premiership, can I create objects named with these team names without doing it manually?

    So, if goalsScored is an attribute of the Data object, and getGoalsScored() is a method, I want to be able to get the number of goals scored with Liverpool.getGoalsScored();

    And then, ideally: (teamString).getGoalsScored();

    Is this possible?

    Any suggestions welcome. Thanks!

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    Why don't you create a Team class like this:

    Java Code:
    class Team {
    
       String name;
    
       public void String getName();
    }
    Create your teams array like this:

    Java Code:
    Team[20] teams;
    and then search for the team by checking names of them in a for loop.

    That is the logical method of doing this. Why do you need your implementation?

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