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"structs" in midlets

Posted 09 June 2011 - 02:25 PM

Hi,

I have been roaming and combing various websites and forums, to find a way to make a struct in java. Now the reason I wanted a struct was, I remember reading that you really want to minimise the amount of classes in your midlet. I think it had to do with saving memory.

I would just like to know if tis is a valid comment, and if so, how would I go about making a struct in java without creating a class.

The struct I want is quite basic, it s an equation with 2 numbers, an arithmatic operator, and an answer. And I want to creat an array list of these.

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Re: "structs" in midlets

Posted 09 June 2011 - 02:36 PM

Moved to Mobile Development since this is a Java ME question.

There is no such thing as a struct in Java. That's a C/C++ thing. On the mobile platform, you don't want memory intensive operations. Using multiple classes isn't a big deal, but don't create a ton of objects if you can avoid it.
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