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Thread: hashmap & arraylist mapping

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    Default hashmap & arraylist mapping

    hello friends ,

    i am working using jsp pages and using 2 collection sets hashmap & arraylist .
    the hashmap is used to display items fetched from database along with checkboxes and
    arraylist show list of checked items.

    i want a way to map out the contents of hashmap and arraylist so that selected contents of hashmap
    remain marked(selected) which are in arraylist , for various page traversal...

    ur help will be really appreciated


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    Default Re: hashmap & arraylist mapping

    Welcome to the forum Abhijeet. But well, this is just a member introduction thread.

    You can post your questions/doubts to appropriate threads which are in the root directory.

    This question is supposed to go in the Collections and Generics category. Please place it at the right place.

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    Default Re: hashmap & arraylist mapping

    Hello Abhijeet,

    Welcome to the forums.

    Can you please show us the code you have written so far?
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