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Thread: giving arraylist name

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    Default giving arraylist name

    Is there a way to give the name of the arraylist depending upon the input ?


    for example

    ArrayList arrname=new Arraylist();

    The above is the default one .


    instead of 'arrname' , can i give the name during execution of the program

    for example

    String name;
    Scanner s=new Scanner(System.in);
    System.out.println("Enter the arraylist name");
    name=s.next();
    ArrayList ______ =new Arraylist();


    what should be filled in so that i can get arrayname of my choice ??

    can a arraylist name be assigned like this ??

    this is my assignment

    i tried searching but cant find any solution .

    please help

    thanks


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    Default Re: giving arraylist name

    Is there a way to give the name of the arraylist
    The names of variables are set when you type in the code.
    If you want to associate String values("names") with data use a Map where the key is the "name" and the value is the data associated with that name.

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