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Arrays in java

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How to convert all the elements of an array into a single number? For example if an array a={1,1,2,0}. I need to convert the elements as b=1120. How can I do this. If anyone knows please answer me.
Feb 22 '12 #1
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Initialize a String to the empty string "";
Then loop through each value of the array adding it to the string.
After the loop is done you'll have the number in a string as "1120".
Then use Integer.parseInt or Long.parseLong to get it to the numeric type.
Feb 22 '12 #2

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