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08-31-2010 06:15 AM
Hashtable messageHT = new Hashtable();
to put data in key-value format
messageHT.put("Ur key","Ur VAlue");
to get data
String message =messageHT.get("Ur key");
08-31-2010 06:28 AM
Remember that storing a standard Hashtable means your data will still exit on the the device if your application is removed from the device.
If you want the data to be removed from the device when your application is removed then you have to create your own class that extends the hashtable.
public class MyHashtable extends Hashtable implements Persistable
06-03-2011 06:28 AM
Yes you can. Just get the data from the hashtable and the text fields usually have some method like setText() so you can use it.
Thanks BB-Dude for the info!
06-03-2011 08:16 AM
OK I'm glad you've worked it out.
Now you can close the threas by clicking "Accept as Solution" and you can also give kudos to the people which helped you!