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ArrayList change object position

Posted on 2007-11-25
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Hi all
I want to change the position between 2 objects in an arraylist.
i.e. if my arrayList contains objects as follows:
myObj1
myObj2
myObj3
myObj4
I want to change myObj2 - myObj3:
myObj1
myObj3
myObj2
myObj4

Any ideas?
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Question by:thanassis
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myObjTmp = myObj2
myObj2 = myObj3
myObj3 = myObjTmp
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by:Ajay-Singh
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Use this,
 
public void swap(List l, int x, int y) {
    Object t = l.get(x);
  l.set(x, l.get(y));
    l.set(y, t);
}
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