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i have this. public Book[] bookCollection = new Book[20]; public void addBook(String title){ } how do i add an item to the array in Java?

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bookCollection[ x ] = new Book( title ); Where x is an integer between 0 and 19 in this case.
its seems to be something incomplete u havent shown as what item book contains you want to add u just shown an object if its string array then u have to use loop with limit to 20 items and then add to array and there are several methods but i suggest instead of string array u should use linked list its easy to add remove items
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