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    But the OP wasn't staring at a compilation error; he posted a runtime error, proving he ignored the compilation error, issued a bit before (a very unwise thing to do).

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    Ah yes!! It had been so long ago. Anyway, we've come full circle. Check the settings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim829 View Post
    Enjoy the shade!
    I found a better solution: I'm sitting in the sun now while my little laptop is in the shade (sort of).

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    I was just copying code form net and trying it on eclipse ...

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    You need to check your compliance level in Eclipse.
    Window --> Preferences --> Java --> Compiler (What is the level?)

    For JRE

    Window --> Preferences --> Java --> Installed JREs (which one is checked?)

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    I read your conversation ... First it was working for Integer x = 10 ; but now showing the same error as in Double .. and Compilance level = 1.6 and jre7 ...
    I checked the version using (java -version) through command prompt .. and its 1.7.0_21

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    Check whether or not the compliance settings are correct for your particular project, i.e. go to Project>Properties>Java Compiler.

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    Done .... JosAH thank you so mush ... compilance level 1.4 was selected .. now I made it 1.6 and it worked .... again a bundle of thanks to you and jimi ... :)

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    One more question how can I make it 1.6 for all projects (default)???

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    Go to Window>Preferences>Compiler and tick the box 'Use default compliance settings'. (why doesn't anyone read the included Eclipse user manual?)

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    :) I did that earlier .. thanks .... don't be angry ... and after setting default to 1.6 .. now when I create project still its compliance level does not change to 1.6 :(
    Last edited by allaudin; 06-04-2013 at 12:14 PM.

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    Check Project>Properties>Java Compiler; the particular (existing) project has its compliance level changed. b.t.w. I'm not angry, just surprised what a mess people can create out of ignorance. I strongly sugggest using just the command line tools instead of a sophisticated IDE.

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