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    blackpanther is offline Member
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    I have taken a set of values from a query and added those values into arrayList. Now i need those values in another class. how should i refer all the objects that i stored in the arrayList in another class?

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    Um well you could just make a method that takes an ArrayList as a parameter and set that parameter to a class variable. Something like this:

    Java Code:
    public class AnotherClass {
         private ArrayList<Object> values;
         public AnotherClass() {
         public void setList(ArrayList<Object> queries) {
             values = queries
    An alternative would be to pass the queries in the constructor. It's completely up to you.
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