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Thread: Need something like a "Hashtable<String[], Integer>" kind of data type @@

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    Default Need something like a "Hashtable<String[], Integer>" kind of data type @@

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    Is there something like that? If there is I would be a happy camper :-)
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    I have a String[] (String array (a Sequence of String more precisely since order matters)) which I need to hash for fastest access
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    If the sequence of Strings is found in the hashmap all I need is the index
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    How do you do something like that? Any suggestions?
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    Thank you
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    Last edited by Albretch Mueller; November 27th, 2010 at 09:22 PM. Reason: restating issues


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    Default Re: Need something like a "Hashtable<String[], Integer>" kind of data type @@

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    Oops! There is indeed such a thing I had just mistyped the statement
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    After thinking about these issues for a while I think I found some basic JVM inconsistencies. Try the demo code posted there
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    java.util.Hashtable inconcistencies . . . Homo Symbolicus&#039;s Blog
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