I'm not sure I understand what you're asking here.
So you have the following statements in JEXL:
a.b.c = 1
a.b.d = 2
a.b.d = 3
a.c = 4
Is that right?
And you want to know if you can make:
"a.b.d" return 2 and "a.b.c[0]" return 1?
On Tue, Jun 3, 2008 at 5:06 AM, Pierre Brico <pierre.brico@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I'm new with JEXL and I have a question with the usage of array. I'm
> building a complex HashMap structure (which can contain other HashMap) to
> evaluate several expressions. When building the HashMap, if a node contains
> more than one variable with the same name, I transform it into a ArrayList
> to be able to access each element. Here is an exemple:
>
> a.b.c = 1
> a.b.d = 2
> a.b.d = 3
> a.c = 4
>
> This will be something like:
>
> X = HashMap(("c", 1), ("d", ArrayList(2 ,3)));
> Y = HashMap(("b", X), ("c", 4));
> HashMap(("a", Y));
>
> My question is: As I don't know in advance if a item is a ArrayList or a
> HashMap, I would like that expression like "a.b.d" returns 2 (the first
> item) or expression like "a.b.c[0]" returns 1.
>
> Is it possible ? Is there any parameters for JEXL evaluator ?
>
> Thx
> Pierre
>

dIon Gillard
There are only two kinds of programming languages: those people always
bitch about and those nobody uses. (Bjarne Stroustrup)

To unsubscribe, email: userunsubscribe@commons.apache.org
For additional commands, email: userhelp@commons.apache.org
