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Thread: byte[] from vector

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    Post byte[] from vector

    Hi how to get or extract or convert a byte[] array from a vector......

    i recieve a vector which contains byte[]...how get this byte[] array from vector

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    Default Re: byte[] from vector

    This will get the first item from the vector at index 0 (zero). You might want to make sure there is an index zero first.

            final Vector<byte[]> byteArrayVector = new Vector<byte[]>();
            final byte[] myByteArray = byteArrayVector.get(0);

    Oh and also, Vectors are old, you should use ArrayList really.

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