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Old January 5th, 2011, 12:30 PM
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Default String tt = **

Hi,
on page 429, in listing 13-3, approximately line 8, it shows the statement:

String tt = **;

I have never seen this construct before, or at least don't remember seeing it. I assume he's creating and initializing a string variable tt, but I bet there's more to it than that.

I don't find anything searching on Google. Can someone tell me or point to what this means?

Thanks,
Barry.
 
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Hi,
Thanks, but never mind.
I found it was an ink smudge from a highlighter.
The string is most likely: String tt = "";
Barry.




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