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Thread: Incompatible types

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    Default Incompatible types

    In the method addNoDuplicateSources, the if statement has an error message - incompatible types.
    The input parameter to the method is a string and the return parameter from the getSource() method
    is a String. Why would the if statement give an incompatible types message.?

    import java.util.*;
    public class AnotherWord
    {
        private String word;
        private Vector<String> sourceList;
        private int count;
     
        public AnotherWord( String word, String source )
        {
            this.word = word.toLowerCase();
            count = 1;
            sourceList = new Vector<String> (3,2);
            sourceList.add( (String) source );
        }
     
        public void addNoDuplicateSources( String sourceToAdd)
        {
            boolean found = false;
            for (int i = 0; i <= sourceList.size(); i++)
            {
                if ( getSource(i).compareToIgnoreCase(sourceToAdd) ) { found = true; }
            }
            if (!found) { sourceList.add( sourceToAdd ); }
        }
     
        public String getSource(int index) 
        { 
            String result = null;
            if (index >=0 && index < sourceList.size()) { result = sourceList.get(index); }
            return result;
        }
    }


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    Default Re: Incompatible types

    I would suggest you to read the syntax for if statement.

    Also, do you know, what this function String.compareToIgnoreCase(String) returns?
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