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my browser don't show the images included in my project.they show cross red marks (X) behalf on images. these are those images that user input by using brows button from system.
 
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That either means that URL to those images is bad, or the image files themselves are corrupt.
 
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Bear Bibeault wrote:That either means that URL to those images is bad, or the image files themselves are corrupt.


so how could i handle it.
 
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Find out which is bad and fix it. You haven't given us anywhere enough information to help.

Did you try to open the image files yourself?
Did you try to open the URLs directly in the browser?
 
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Find out which is bad and fix it. You haven't given us anywhere enough information to help.

Did you try to open the image files yourself?
Did you try to open the URLs directly in the browser?

i got a error in page .can you please help me


Illegal Argument Exception: URL Decoder: Illegal hex characters in escape (%) pattern - For input string: "=p"
at java.net.URL Decoder.decode(Unknown Source)
 
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What does this have to do with the original problem?

The error means that the string being decoded has not been properly encoded in the first place.
 
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Bear Bibeault wrote:What does this have to do with the original problem?

The error means that the string being decoded has not been properly encoded in the first place.



thanks bear for helping me
 
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