troubleshooting Question

returning multiple values from the model back to the servlet: only know how to do one.

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I only know how to pass one value from the model back to the servlet.  But i need to retreive about 5 or 6 of them.

can someone give me a hand?

//servlet
unitConverterModel uc = new unitConverterModel();
      String pass = uc.convert(DimensionsSizeCode,feetDropDown,metersDropDown,feetLength,inchesLength,feetWidth,inchesWidth,feetDecimalLength,feetDecimalWidth,metersLength,centimetersLength,metersWidth,centimetersWidth,metersDecimalLength,metersDecimalWidth);


//model
public String convert(String DimensionsSizeCode,String feetDropDown,String metersDropDown,String feetLength,String inchesLength,String feetWidth,String inchesWidth,String feetDecimalLength,String feetDecimalWidth,String metersLength,String centimetersLength,String metersWidth,String centimetersWidth,String metersDecimalLength,String metersDecimalWidth) {

String hello = "hello"
String goodbye = "goodbye";

return hello;
//


So i know if i do System.out.print(pass); in my servlet it will print"hello".    But how do i access more than one value?  What if i wanted to return both String hello;, String goodbye; and more?   How could it be done?




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