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Could anybody explain to me why i have the incompatible type error when compile this program. inLine Variable is in String so i thought it would ok if i use inLine to send as a string to CookiesPersistant(inLine). But it perform wrror. Why?
Please help me..i blurr how to solve this. I am new in Java.
[ edited to preserve formatting using the [code] and [/code] UBB tags -ds ] [ September 22, 2004: Message edited by: Dirk Schreckmann ]
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Concerning Michael's suggestion, depending on the version of Java you're using, you might need to do what he suggested. If you're using Java 2 v5, then it's not a concern. If you're using some earlier version of Java, then it is a concern.
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If you see version information for something less than 1.5, then using a Boolean where a boolean is required is a problem. You could go with Michael's suggestion, or make a call to the booleanValue() method of your Boolean.
The code you posted is rather incomplete. It doesn't compile, and when trying to compile it, it doesn't produce the error message you initially posted about. Fixing the code so that it does compile (by adding some brackets, a catch block, some imports, and a variable declaration) - well then it compiles and the error message you initially posted about remains unexperience by me.
Perhaps you could post a more complete code example. [ September 22, 2004: Message edited by: Dirk Schreckmann ]