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Hi,

I am new to MIDI and I am trying to learn it. I am following examples from java nutshell. Here is an example, and no matter what modifications I am doing to it, I get the same error. Could you please go through this example and let me know what modifications are to be performed for getting a results
P.S: the error is Exception in thread "main" java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException: 0
at expiano.main(expiano.java:52)




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Please UseCodeTags next time. I've added them for you this time.


You potentially increase "a" by two, then use that value. But what if that makes "a" go past args.length? Even your accesses of args[a + 1] are dangerous; if someone gives only "-i" as parameters your read of a[0] ("-i") makes your code access a[1] which does not exist.
 
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