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Concatenate arrays


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//package com.aliasi.util;

import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.List;
import java.util.Random;

 * Static utility methods for processing arrays.
 * @author  Bob Carpenter
 * @version 4.0.0
 * @since   LingPipe1.0
public class Arrays {

     * Returns the array of characters consisting of the members of
     * the first specified array followed by the specified character.
     * @param cs Characters to start resulting array.
     * @param c Last character in resulting array.
     * @return Array of characters consisting of the characters in the
     * first array followed by the last character.
     * @throws NullPointerException If the array of characters is
     * null.
    public static char[] concatenate(char[] cs, char c) {
        char[] result = new char[cs.length+1];
        for (int i = 0; i < cs.length; ++i)
            result[i] = cs[i];
        result[result.length-1] = c;
        return result;

     * Returns a new array of strings containing the elements of the
     * first array of strings specified followed by the elements of
     * the second array of strings specified.
     * @param xs First array of strings.
     * @param ys Second array of strings.
     * @return Concatenation of first array of strings followed by the
     * second array of strings.
    public static String[] concatenate(String[] xs, String[] ys) {
        String[] result = new String[xs.length + ys.length];
        return result;



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