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Throws clause throws compile error

Bacon
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Here is part of a sample program I'm trying to compile.

public void setSTATE (String state) throws InvalidStateException {
String states[] = {"AL","AL","AZ","AR","CA","CO","CT",
"CE","FL","GA","HI","ID","IL","IN","IA","KS","KY","LA",
"ME","MD","MA","MI","MN","MS","MO","MT","NE","NV","NH",
"NJ","NM","NY","NC","ND","OH","OK","OR","PA","RI","SC",
"SD","TN","TX","UT","VT","VA","WA","DC","WV","WI","WY"};
if (state.length() != 2)
throw new InvalidStateException(state);
for (int i=0; i<states.length;i++) {
if (state.equals(states[i])) {
STATE = state;
return;
}
}
throw new InvalidStateException(state);
}

Upon compile I get this error.

Customer.java:193: cannot resolve symbol
symbol : class InvalidStateException
location: class Customer.Customer
public void setSTATE (String state) throws InvalidStateException {

The "catch" is defined in the main function:

public static void main (String[] args) {
Customer cust = new Customer(new BigDecimal("2"));
cust.print();
try {
cust.setSTATE("ZL");
} catch (InvalidStateException err) {}
try {
cust.setSTATE("MA");
} catch (InvalidStateException err) {}

What am I missing?

Thanks
Joe Ess
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Originally posted by Ray Marsh:


What am I missing?

Thanks


A class named "InvalidStateException".


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Robert Konigsberg
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Hey, where in your list of states is DC, Puerto Rico, Guam and other postal abbreviations?


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Kalai Selvan
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Joined: Jul 07, 2004
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Hi,
I think you forget to import InvalidStateException Class in your source code....

kalai Selvan T.
Bacon
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Posts: 305
Thank you. I wasn't sure how the InvalidStateException was supposed to be defined.

The InvalidStateException class must be else where in the code. I'll try to find it.

This is not my code, it is a sample from a book.
Bacon
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Got it. Thank you.
 
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