Thanks for your fast reply! Maybe you 're right.
If I can use the standard Java functions is OK for me, in order to
populate the data in my classes.
Let me make the question in another way:
Where is the appropriate point (method) to put the loading of the data in?
Suppose we have a List of objects: The Object has the following
attributes Id (which is an unique identity integer number ),
TextField(which is a text field).
I want to put the Ids of the object list into the IntegerVectorIndividual.
So the next question is which method should I use in order to load them
into the Vector.
.... and my last question is about the evolve method. Can I use my
class' methods inside this function?
Thanks a lot for your help
As I mention before I'm novice in ECJ, so
On 18/1/2012 3:14 πμ, Warren Henning wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 12:53 PM, George Papaioannou<[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> 1. I will define some classes in order to load the algorithms data i.e.
>> Students , Lessons. How can I load the data from a file, in order to use
>> them in ECJ?
> Could you elaborate a little more? Do you need to do something besides
> standard Java file I/O in order to read in your data?
>> 2. Is it possible to create a global array in order to load the data in it
>> and using it in ECJ?
> Why do you need to have global variables rather than creating public
> Java methods or something within the language's normal facilities?
> Maybe I misunderstood, but these questions seem more like issues about
> Java programming rather than ECJ per se.
> Best regards,
> Warren Henning