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    Angry StringTokenizer problem

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    Default Re: StringTokenizer problem

    Did you try it in 1.3.1. for the first code that you had?

    I mean the one without the Tokenizer?

    String[] abc = MainFrame.abc;

    comps.split(","); might return a String, not a String array.

    Anyway, perhaps the problem is in your addItem() method.

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    Default Re: StringTokenizer problem

    Hi,, Yes i did try it in 1.3.1. for the first code.

    As i know, String.split() were from SE distribution since version 1.4 and above so java jdk 1.3.1 didn't have that functionality.

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