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Two lists are passed to this method one list has items  and one list is empty.

I want to populate List B with List A.
 How  do I declare and reference LISTA and LISTB to populate from A to B?

public List<ItemVO>  getLow(List<ItemVO> ListA, List<ItemVO> ListB)

  for ( loop through List A)
    if ListA.getStatus = "LOW"
       add to ListB
   return ListB
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if you want to populate all from A to B, then invoke ListB.addAll(ListA);

if you want to copy only some of the values, call this:

public List<ItemVO>  getLow(List<ItemVO> ListA, List<ItemVO> ListB) {
for (ItemVO item : ListA) {
  if (item.getStatus.equals("LOW")) ListB.add(item);
}
return ListB;
}
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by:cookiejar
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Thank you, just what I need.
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