## Getting out the xPos and YPos valueses from a arraylist

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## Getting out the xPos and YPos valueses from a arraylist

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I have this java class: public class Coordinate { //Instansvariabler (klassvariabler, objektvariabler) int xPos, yPos; //Konstruktor public Coordinate(int xPos, int yPos){ …

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