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    ron2794 is offline Member
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    Default Find the error in this and why this can't be ?

    public class class1 {
    private int i=3;
    private int j=1;
    public class1(){
    this.i=3223423;
    this.j=234234;
    just();
    }
    void just(){
    class1 c=new class1();
    c.i=32;
    }
    public static void main(String args[]){
    class1 e=new class1();
    System.out.print(e.j);
    }
    }

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    What do you think it is the error?

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    yes, my netbeans is showing error

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    Okay? So what do you think it is? I did not ask why you thought there was one, I asked you what you think it is.

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    Try putting more test points in your code like I added below and It will help you a lot.

    Run this code with and without the commented out test(). Do you see whats wrong now?


    Java Code:
    public class class1 {
    
         private int i = 3; 
         private int j = 1;
    
        public class1() {
            System.out.println("1st Test:");
            this.i = 3223423;
            this.j = 234234;
            just();
        }
        void just() {
            System.out.println("2nd Test:");
            [COLOR="Red"]//class1 c = new class1();
            //c.i = 32;[/COLOR]
            System.out.println("3rd Test:");
        }
    
        public static void main(String args[]) {
            class1 e = new class1();
            System.out.println("4th Test:");
        }
    }

    Hey man I am new to java and coding but I can tell your code is pretty
    confusing. Mainly because of the generic variable names. I know you got
    more creativity then that :) :) :)
    Last edited by AcousticBruce; 12-14-2010 at 11:35 AM.

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    He's simply looking for homework answers (of the cut-n-paste type).

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    Hmm. lame.

    Well at least i got my practice :)

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    Default Not a homework assignment

    Dear Masjide, or whatever you are,,,,,,

    first of all let it make it absolutely clear that this is not a homework assignment, i study in a school and i am just 16 now and bcz of my passion in java and interest in java i am studying it i am studying all possible ebooks, getting into more and more forums so that i can get more..................

    otherwise at this age student are mad abt giving the entrance exams like SAT but i DON"T ,,,,,,...........
    and for your kind information they do not give us any homework in school especially of that kind. i haven't studied abt the recursive nature of java in school, nor abt multithreading etc. i was asking bcz it interests me and i like JAVA,......................

    Java Code:
    int i=0;
    while(i=0){
    System.out.println("i need answers , not your comments ! UNDERSTAND ?");
    }

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    Okay? So you still haven't answered the question. What do you think the problem is (not that I believe any part of that rant)?

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    Hey Ron, that is no way to win here. If someone made a mistake, oh well, dont take it personal.

    BTW I spent a good amount of MY time helping YOU out. Did you not even bother reading my post?

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    Default for acoustic

    ya i read you post, now i know that it was a stackoverflow in my memory...............
    i was sying that to msjide

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