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Thread: Error In Printing. Perhaps a nesting problem

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    Default Error In Printing. Perhaps a nesting problem

    Hi, I have the following code:


    Problem has been solved now
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    Default Re: Error In Printing. Perhaps a nesting problem

    Try debugging your code by adding lots of printlns to show the execution flow and the values of variables that control execution flow.

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    Default Re: Error In Printing. Perhaps a nesting problem

    Thanks, I tried this but it didn't help too much. The files were being read in correctly, but I think there may be a problem with the scoping of the second if statement as when I put in a print statement there it did not print.

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    Default Re: Error In Printing. Perhaps a nesting problem

    Sorry, I can not get your code to compile. I get lots of errors:
    /junk8.java:14: incompatible types
    found   : java.util.ArrayList<java.lang.Integer>
    required: List<java.lang.Integer>
    			List<Integer> l = new ArrayList<Integer>();
    			                  ^
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    Default Re: Error In Printing. Perhaps a nesting problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Pingu00 View Post
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