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miguel lisboa
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i'm testing this method:

with this test:

I've 2 Qs:
1) in ParseException's constructor, it says:


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[ January 07, 2005: Message edited by: miguel lisboa ]
 
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Miguel,

I don't see any questions here. What did you want to ask?
 
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when i edited i also deleted Qs...
Q #1 how can i use the 2nd param from parseException constructor? looks like any int will do the job...

Q#2 is it correct to set to null objs i dont need any more, like i did?
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#1: The only purpose of this parameter is to provide a return value for the ParseException.getErrorOffset() method. That method just exists to provide informaion to code that catches the exception about where the error occurred. In your case, there'e no obvious way to get a sensible value, so I'd just use "0", meaning the beginning. Using any other value would be misleading.

#2: It's not incorrect, but there's little point -- the variable goes out of scope on the next line, which is pretty much the same thing.
 
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#2: It's not incorrect, but there's little point -- the variable goes out of scope on the next line, which is pretty much the same thing.

of course
thanks a lot
 
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