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But in my program even if I did not call them is still can display the data I entered..is that ok with out calling the..

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If you think that is is correct according to your requirements then fine by me. But you have only one array for the names, what about the others?

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I only need one array ,I just use getters and setters...for me to enter alot of data in an array...what im asking do i really need to call..when i use getters and setters

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In previous posts I showed how to use one array and input multiple values:

add(String name, int age, ....) {
  EmployeeRecord er = new EmployeeRecord();
  er.setName(name); ....

  array[count] = er;
  count++;
}

OR

array[count] = new EmployeeRecord();
array[count].setName(name);
array[count].setAge(age);

count++

It is based on the correct code you posted that had 2 classes. One class is the object EmployeeRecord and the other your main method in which you will define the array as explained

Edited by javaAddict: n/a

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how should I set the data being entered by the user in main...please give an example how..

And what have I been doing in the last posts?
All that code and examples aren't they enough?

You have your main; you are already reading the data from the keyboard; and setting them to the array. The examples given answer exactly your questions. It is not as if I do not want to answer your question because I already have answered it. I even implemented one of the methods (add) for you, and told you how to do the others. Posting the same code and giving the same explanations is a waste of time. My time.

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WOW. That's even more than impressive. I think, this is the best example of patience, that I've ever seen. You'd be a great teacher ;)
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