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how to sovle these two errors~~~help~~~  RSS feed

 
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when i run my program,errors appear:

"WriteString(java.lang.String) in FileOutput cannot be applied to (java.lang.Object)

this is anothor program's error:

"incompatible types - found java.lang.Object but expected java.lang.String"

i cant get it! anyone help me solve both of them???
thanks a lot~~~
 
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Both the same problem - cast your Object to a String by placing the cast (String) in front of it



should be



I am assuming that the reference you are giving to the WriteString is, in fact, a Strnig object of course - if it is a different type then this will not work.
 
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One other point - just a matter of convention - methods in Java are usually written with the first character lowercase and the remaining words denoted by an uppercase character.

If WriteString is a method - it should really be writeString
[ November 16, 2005: Message edited by: Rick Beaver ]
 
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Originally posted by Rick Beaver:
Both the same problem - cast your Object to a String by placing the cast (String) in front of it



should be



I am assuming that the reference you are giving to the WriteString is, in fact, a Strnig object of course - if it is a different type then this will not work.



thanks for ur reply~~~yes~~~i make the 1st one correct, but cant do it with the 2nd one:
the wrong code is:
"String name = names.get(i);"
how to change the type of it?
 
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Originally posted by Rick Beaver:



oh~~~man~~~how fast can u be??? u r amazing!!!~~~thanks a lot~~~ )))
 
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No problem
 
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