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    Default key with 2 attributes?

    What I want is something like this:

    Map<String, Double, String>

    Where the first is a key, and the second 2 are attributes of that key. What is the best object for this setup?


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    Default Re: key with 2 attributes?

    Just define an Object that contains the attributes and use that as the value mapped to the key.
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