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    Dear all

    I have a arraylist like this.

    ArrayList<String> strlist = new ArrayList<String>();
    strlist.add("2012@12.00@12.0");
    strlist.add("2013@13.00@13.0");
    strlist.add("2014@14.00@14.0");
    strlist.add("2015@15.00@15.0");
    strlist.add("2016@16.00@16.0");

    My requirement is that i have to create three list by splitting list item with @.

    pls help


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    Default Re: ArrayList Report

    What isyour problem? Don't expect ready made code.

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    Default Re: ArrayList Report

    You'll have to modify the statements you've posted - creating three Lists for one, but check out the String.split() method to see how that can be helpful.

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    Default Re: ArrayList Report

    Dear all

    I have a arraylist like this.

    ArrayList<String> strlist = new ArrayList<String>();
    strlist.add("2012@12.00@12.0");
    strlist.add("2013@13.00@13.0");
    strlist.add("2014@14.00@14.0");
    strlist.add("2015@15.00@15.0");
    strlist.add("2016@16.00@16.0");

    list items like 2012@12.00@12.0 may be sometime 2012@12 or 2012@12@14 or 2013@124@41@32
    My requirement is that i have to create dynamic list by splitting list item with @.


    pls help

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    Default Re: ArrayList Report

    So what have you tried after reading the documentation for String.split()?

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