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Storing multiple types of data


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As for my understanding of java.  The method #setStrings(String... data)

allows for passing multiple string parameters.

 

How would one do that with objects?  #setObjects(Object... data)

 

is there a way to return an object holding data?

 

For example

String[] StringArray = new String[3];
char[] charArray = new char[2];
ItemStack[] stackArray = new ItemStack[2];

//How can I do this.  Is it possible?
Object obj = (stackArray, charArray, stackArray);

 

I know this is more of a "java related question", but what I am trying to do is add crafting recipes and I need to pass an object. (It's a little bit more complicated than that, but the main point is here)

 

Thanks!

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As for my understanding of java.  The method #setStrings(String... data)

allows for passing multiple string parameters.

 

How would one do that with objects?  #setObjects(Object... data)

 

is there a way to return an object holding data?

 

For example

String[] StringArray = new String[3];
char[] charArray = new char[2];
ItemStack[] stackArray = new ItemStack[2];

//How can I do this.  Is it possible?
Object obj = (stackArray, charArray, stackArray);

 

I know this is more of a "java related question", but what I am trying to do is add crafting recipes and I need to pass an object. (It's a little bit more complicated than that, but the main point is here)

 

Thanks!

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