What are the options to clone or copy a list in Python? Using new_list = my_list then modifies new_list every time my_list changes. Why is this?
I want to do something like: MyObject myObj = GetMyObj(); // Create and fill a new object MyObject newObj = myObj.Clone(); And then make changes to the new object that are not reflected in the orig...
I want a true deep copy. In Java, this was easy, but how do you do it in C#?
Consider the code below: DummyBean dum = new DummyBean(); dum.setDummy("foo"); System.out.println(dum.getDummy()); // prints 'foo' DummyBean dumtwo = dum; System.out.println(dumtwo.getDummy()); // p...
How can I clone an ArrayList and also clone its items in Java? For example I have: ArrayList<Dog> dogs = getDogs(); ArrayList<Dog> clonedList = ....something to do with dogs.... And I ...
In java it's a bit difficult to implement a deep object copy function. What steps you take to ensure the original object and the cloned one share no reference?
I'm wondering if there is a recommended way of doing deep clone/copy of instance in java. I have 3 solutions in mind, but I can have miss some, and I'd like to have your opinion edit: include Bohzo...
In Safari with no add-ons, console.log will show the object at the last state of execution, not at the state when console.log was called. I have to clone the object just to output it via console.log ...
I have a generic list of objects in C#, and wish to clone the list. The items within the list are cloneable, but there doesn't seem to be an option to do list.Clone(). Is there an easy way around thi...