vector of strings

Hi All,
I would like to create two different vectors. One vector will hold integers and the other will hold strings.

I would like to add to the size of each vector as I see more elements worth saving.

Could someone please give me sample code how to do this and some good web sites that give lots of java sample code? Sun is too theoretical.

TIA DoughBoy
DoughBoyAsked:
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kylarCommented:
import java.util.*;

public class VectorSaver{
 
 public VectorSaver(){
    Vector stringVector = new Vector();
    Vector intVector = new Vector();
     String s1 = new String("String 1");
     String s2 = new String("String 2");
     Integer i1 = new Integer(0);
     Integer i2 = new Integer(99);
     stringVector.add(s1);
     stringVector.add(s2);
     intVector.add(i1);
     intVector.add(i2);

    System.out.println("String Vector:"+stringVector.toString());
    System.out.println("Int Vector:" + intVector.toString();

 }


public static void main(String[] args){
 new VectorSaver();

}
}

Cheers,
Kylar
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DoughBoyAuthor Commented:
Thanks Kylar,
BTW, do you have any recommended good web sites?
What method gets the new size of the vector?
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kylarCommented:
I use the Java API docs almost exclusively. They are availible for download at sun's site.. or can be viewed online at

http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.3/docs/api/

Look up Vector and you'll see under method description the call size() that returns the size of the vector.

As to good websites, I usually just search on google.com if there's something I specifically need. If you're just getting started, Bruce Eckel's book 'Thinking In Java' is very very good, and availible online.. do a search for it.



Cheers,
Kylar
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