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zell_ffhut

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No. Lets say i decided i want to add a new student 3 times.. I enter the details of the 3 students.

I want the program to have the details of all 3 students stored (while the program is still running), so i can print them, or preform other operations on them anytime i want.
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Oh sorry. The problem occurs because you are re-instantiating your ArrayList everytime that they enter 1.

In the beginning of your class, where you declare the variable, instantiate it.
public class Main {
	// ...
	static ArrayList student = new ArrayList();
}

Edited by destin, 05 March 2006 - 01:16 PM.

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Stunning. Thanks for all your help.

The data structure is working fine now. Just got to implement some more functions, and i'll be done.

Thanks again :tazz:
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