In my game, the whole thing is based off of grids. So the map is a dual dimensional array of 32 (32 x 32 grid map). Now what I want to be able to do is to grab a grid and be able to access it and alter it by using a method. To put it simply, I want a method such as Grid grid = getGrid(10, 10); and that would grab the grid at 10 x and 10 y, then when I do some basic edition to the object, it would change the object in the array as well. I don't know how to edit an object after it was changed by being grabbed by a method. I've heard about Java references and I don't know how to use it. I would like help being able to grab an object from an array, pass it on through a method, and be able to save it in another object and when that object is edited, the one in the array is edited. Thanks in advanced!
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From what I understand you want something like this. You can change the name and value from the Grid-object. It refers to the same object as in the array. So this works 'out of the box'. Is this what you mean?