I want to use Java arrays in ivyScript. But if I use myArray[myIndex] then I get an error unexpected token.

So, for example how can I do something like:

File dir = new File("myPath");
File[] fileList = dir.listFiles();

asked 03.09.2009 at 02:42

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Benedict Groppe
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Arrays are not first order objects in ivyScript. But you can work with lists everywhere you would work with arrays in Java. Note, that conversion between arrays and lists happens automatically. So, e.g. this is completely valid and good ivyScript:

File dir = new File("myPath");
List<File> fileList = dir.listFiles();

answered 03.09.2009 at 03:09

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