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ArrayList and IndexOutOfBoundsException

Sanjeev Singh
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I was trying to execute the the Program

I got IndexOutOfBoundsException .
Does this means that the dynamic growing of the ArrayList doesnot happen when we add an element using indexes?

When I reexecuted with the initial capacity =10 ,got the same exception.

So what initialCapacity is doing in the constructor of ArrayList?
[ December 17, 2006: Message edited by: Sanjeev Kumar Singh ]

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Joe Harry
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Sanjeev,

I works when you say 4, "E" instead of 5. Any reason behind this behavior to throw an exception??


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Joe Harry
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I think the code below will help you.

This is the add method as defined,



Hope, now you can see why your code throws the exception. Hope this helped.
 
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