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Hi Experts,

let  private String array[] = { "a", "b", "c"} a data member of my class.
is there anyway i can use an accessor method like getArray( )  that can return a point to that array.
something like:

I know this can be done in C++
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public String[] getArray()
{
   return array;
}
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and how do i catch it?
like String array[] = MyObject.getArray(); ?
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yes thats right
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