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    how i can pass Image Array object in createImage(Image image, int x, int y, int width, int height, int transform) method.

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    Pass all elements one by one to your method because it can handle one image only, not an array of them. A loop comes to mind ...

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    thanks i will do this.

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    sorry i m new in j2me .i m not capable to do this can u give any idea or example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashish_jain View Post
    sorry i m new in j2me .i m not capable to do this can u give any idea or example.
    Java Code:
    Image[] yourArray= ...;
    for (Image i : yourArray)
       createImage(i, ... );
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    private Image[] Cri_image;//declear
    Cri_image = new Image[4];

    pimgTemp = Image.createImage(m_imgAnim,10,0,m_iFrameWidth,iFrameHeight,Sprite.TRANS_NONE );
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    how can use i variable inside Image.createImage();

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    I don't understand what you mean by that. Please ask a proper question and don't make us guess.

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    u said that i use this logic-
    Image[] yourArray= ...;
    for (Image i : yourArray)
    createImage(i, ... );
    but how can use i variable inside Image.createImage();

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashish_jain View Post
    u said that i use this logic-
    Image[] yourArray= ...;
    for (Image i : yourArray)
    createImage(i, ... );
    but how can use i variable inside Image.createImage();
    It's the first parameter (an Image) for your method. I don't know what that method does but my code snippet indicated how you could pass an image from your array to it.

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