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How would I write a statement to add the value to the list.


    public ItemVO getItems (List<ItemVO > XItems, String
                                            test
      {
          List<ItemVO> resultList;
            
          for (ItemVO vo : XItems)
          {
               If vo.getName = test
              {
                // add vo to resultList  HOW WOULD I write this statement to add to list
              }  
          }  
 
            return resultList;
      }
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Question by:cookiejar
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käµfm³d   👽 earned 2000 total points
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You need to instantiate your list first of all:

List<ItemVO> resultList = new ArrayList<ItemVO>();

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Then it would be a matter of calling the add method.

e.g.

if (vo.getName == test)
{
    resultList.add(vo);
}   

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by:Amitkumar Panchal
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Agree with kaufmed
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