This is a little confusing question to express, its probably more Java
quite sure what domain it falls under.
ArrayList<Object> fieldList = new ArrayList<Object>();
I then dump a lot of different variables to this array.
If I change the variable, the values in the array change
too...confirming the array stores a reference to the memory, rather
then value itself.
However, if I then retrieve data from the array then set that...
Object object = ((String)this.fieldList.get(0));
Then set object
object = "meeep!"
ObjectsURL is not set to "meep!" but rather it retains its original
I assume this is because the "object" is not referencing the original
variable anymore, that instead its pointing to a new immutable string
in the memory.
All expected Java behavior I think....but then, how would I go about
setting the actual original variable? is this possible in java? (is it
achieve the same thing?
I hope my question explains the problem well enough.
My use-case is trying to make a client only serialization/
deserialization system for a bunch of my objects. I was hoping to put
all the fields into a arraylist I could retrieve for both reading and
writting....thus avoiding having to hard-code long lists of
field=blah and blah=field and then going though constant pains
of needing to renumber them each time I add a new field before
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