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Logging problem and grammatical problems

 
Jon Camilleri
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I'm toying around with a Poker game, and, I have three problems...
1. Output from Apache log4j, is being returned multiple times rather than once. Also somehow I can't find a way of getting Eclipse 3.6.2 to read from log4j.properties.



2. I can't find a way to have the Player.toString() method loop through ArrayList Player.CardSheld, and, validate whether the counter variable has reached its size, so I was thinking in terms of...





Somehow I am suspecting that the above for loop is the reason for my Logger variable _log creating the first issue, however I can't figure out how, and, how to go about it.

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So far I have tested that all the deck of 52 cards has been distributed to the 5 players so that no player has the same card and that players get different cards, and, this is expected. The random shuffling is fine as well.

Log4j.properties


 
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Jon Camilleri wrote:
Somehow I am suspecting that the above for loop is the reason for my Logger variable _log creating the first issue, however I can't figure out how, and, how to go about it.


That's what the logger is for -- to give you visibility into your application. If you are suspecting something, confirm it by adding logging statements that will either prove or disprove your suspicions.

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Henry Wong wrote:
Jon Camilleri wrote:
Somehow I am suspecting that the above for loop is the reason for my Logger variable _log creating the first issue, however I can't figure out how, and, how to go about it.


That's what the logger is for -- to give you visibility into your application. If you are suspecting something, confirm it by adding logging statements that will either prove or disprove your suspicions.

Henry


It's basically to test Apache Log 4j and how I can use it while developing a program.
 
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