ok, I have a class that takes 3 inputs.
Variable(NAME, TYPE, DATA);
the name is a string, the type is a string, however the DATA is where it gets tricky.

DATA depends on what the string TYPE is. Example
if TYPE is a String
DATA isa String
if TYPE is a VectorObject
DATA isa VectorObject

you get the idea right?
Now, here's the problem. I don't know what to identify DATA as. It's type is determined at runtime, not compiletime, so I don't know what to define it as, since a string cannot be coverted into VectorObject, plus i can't keep redefining DATA.
if TYPE isa VectorObject
DATA isa VectorObject
would be shown as VectorObject DATA = new VectorObject();
the problem arises when i try to store or return the DATA object!

public <omg i dont know what identifier goes here, b/c i don't know the type yet> GetData { return DATA;}

There's got to be a better way to do this or something small that im missing.
like an interface.. but i dont know how to implment the interface if so....