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string to HashMap error Java

Posted on 2007-11-29
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Hi All,

I am having issues with this , I hope u guys can help me out
<% java.util.HashMap searchHash = new java.util.HashMap();%>
<%String selectedvalue = request.getParameter("var"); //
 String selectedfield = request.getParameter("selectedfield");%>
   
  <% searchHash.put(selectedfield,selectedvalue);
 
  System.out.println("value:"+(java.util.HashMap)searchHash.get(selectedfield));  /// ERROR , java.lang.ClassCastException

Can you tell me why? I am really confused

Thanks in advance
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by:mrcoffee365
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Your HashMap doesn't return a HashMap, it returns a String.  So cast the result of searchHash.get to (String) .
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you don't really need to cast it at all.

  System.out.println("value:"+searchHash.get(selectedfield));
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by:prk_usa
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Tanks for u r response mrcoffee365.
I am not following you, I am sorry.

but

searchHash.get(selectedfield));  ---> returning String

I want this to be type casted to HashMap , because I have to pass thi into a function, and that function accepts

HashMap only
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by:objects
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> because I have to pass thi into a function, and that function accepts

then just pass your hashmap, eg.

myMethod(searchHash);
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by:prk_usa
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oh ok , I will try it out and let you know and Thanks for your response.

 I really appreciate.
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