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NullPointerException Just Does Not Make Sense

Natalie Kopple
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Joined: May 06, 2003
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I am breaking my head to figure out this problem.

My Java source code works fine and the code simply tries to read a JAR file from a folder. And the Java source code has no problem to read that JAR file from the specified folder.

Thereafter, I ran a Junit test. When the Junit went to that segment of code, I got NullPointerException (The exact location is the start of the looping: for (.....) { ). Can anybody point me to a direction to make my head sober? Thank you.

Here is the Java source code:
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