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Booelan and null

Madulika Reddy

Joined: Mar 11, 2003
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The field is declared as Booelean. How can we check if we have null in this field.

Paul Bourdeaux
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Is this a servlet question or a general java one? If it is general java, you should post it in the appropriate forum. If it has something to do with servlets, I am having trouble understanding your question. What field? An attribute? A parameter? Please be more specific so we can help.

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David O'Meara

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Moving to Java in General (beginner)
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Tom Blough
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If it is Boolean, the Object wrapper for the boolean type, then you can test for null the same way you test any other Java object for null as a previous poster already pointed out.

If it is boolean, then it is a primitive type that can contain only the values True or False. It cannot be null.


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