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Old May 27th, 2004, 03:03 AM
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quote:Originally posted by DRAYKKO



1. On page 123 the Unicode character \U03C0 doesn't generate Pi as the book says, but rather the character "?".
1. The ? means your system does not recognize the unicode character.
The display of unicode depends on the local machine implementation.
You can make a test loop to see what can be displayed and what characters are out of reach for your system. E.g.

for(int i = 0; i < 256; i++)
    System.out.println(i + " " + (char)i);

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2. On page 125 the following code generates an error when I use the NetBeans editor:

if(anyString == null)
     System.out.println(...)


The error is: non-static variable anyString cannot be referenced from a static context
        if(anyString == null)
2. This happens quite often, and is not hard to fix. The problem is that you are calling an instance variable from a static context, e.g. the static method main().
Here you can either take care that:
- anyString is static
- the method that calls anyString is an instance method

This will improve your programming structure.

Frans