An Arraylist can be thought of as a traditional array with no bounds and much more flexibility.
The following code shows several of the Arraylist methods:
%alist is collection Arraylist of longstring %i is float %alist = new %alist:add('Idle') %alist:add('Gumby') %alist:add('Chapman') %alist:add('Pallin') %alist:insert(2, 'Jones') %alist:removeItem(4) %alist(3) = 'Cleese' for %i from 1 to %alist:count print %alist(%i) end for
This code snippet would print:
Idle Jones Cleese Pallin
List of Arraylist methods
The "List of Arraylist methods" shows all the class methods, with a brief description of each.
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