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NullPointerException?

 
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The above code produces output such as



What could cause a NullPointerException? allowedFile is a File object, and as you can see it is NOT null. Besides, if it was, the AllowedProperty constructor throws a NullPointerException with a custom message:

Any ideas why I get a NPE?
 
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The stack trace says the error occurs in the AllowedProperty constructor at line 53. Show us that whole constructor and point out which is line 53 (the first line in a file is line 1) and I will tell you exactly what the problem is.
 
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Thanks. I figured it out. I'm using Netbeans and it took me to the line in the setUp() method when I double clicked on the JUnit output. No wonder I was confused by that.

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