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mark smith
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hi




another class



in another class (ServeurPasserelleThread )i do



and the last class


java don't seem to like that

i'm not able to have access to Passerelle list...

any idea
Jesper de Jong
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Originally posted by collinm:
java don't seem to like that

i'm not able to have access to Passerelle list...

any idea


What does "java don't seem to like that" mean?

Does your code compile or not? Do you get any errors? If so, copy and paste the error message. If your program does not produce errors, but it doesn't work like you expect, please explain what you expect it to do and how that differs from what it actually does.

You probably meant to write:

lstIpServeur is a static variable in class Passerelle. If you don't tell the compiler that it is in class Passerelle, it is not going to work.
[ November 25, 2005: Message edited by: Jesper de Jong ]

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