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you probably want to throw the exception from the method if you don't want to deal with it.
or if it is normal ( not an error ) to have to a substring length greater than the length of the String then deal with it in the method to avoid the error. The former is more of a "What the heck! a String shorter than the substring length! Stop the program, we have an error!" compared to the latter code block which is more of a "Just wanted to make sure the String was shorter than the specified max. Carry on." Jamie
Joined: Dec 12, 2001
Many thanks Jamie GOT IT GOT IT
subject: Does it correct the way I catch the error?