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Class

IntDict

Name

valueArray()

Examples
IntDict inventory;

void setup() {
  size(200, 200);
  inventory = new IntDict();
  inventory.set("cd", 84);
  inventory.set("tapes", 15);
  inventory.set("records", 102);
  println(inventory);
  int[] amounts = inventory.valueArray();
  println(amounts);
}

Description The version of this method without a parameter creates a new array and copies each of the values into it. The version with the int[] parameters fills an already-allocated array with the values (more efficient than creating a new array each time). If 'array' is null, or not the same size as the number of values, a new array will be allocated and returned.
Syntax
.valueArray()
.valueArray(array)
Parameters
array int[]: values to copy into the array
Returnsint[]
Updated on October 2, 2018 05:02:11pm EDT

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