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Printing two substrings

 
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Hey guys

I'm having this annoying problem with the substring method.

I use DataInputReader to read a raw binary file into a byte array.

Then I create a string from the array with: new String(myArray).

Now comes the weird part.

I cut two values from the String, lets say:



Then I add both string to an object:


And this object has an toString method where something goes wrong:



This method only prints the value of 'a' and ignores 'b'... But it works fine when I just return 'a' or 'b', so 'b' does have a value.

What could be the problem?

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Dean
 
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Hi dean,

Is it return correct value when you run this code
 
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Yes, they both print when tested separately.
 
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Can you post your storing objects whole source code?
 
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The object is created here:



 
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Dean you have made a mistake in create methods line 31.

try these codes. compile and run.


I didn't made any change to AudioObjects code.
 
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Alright, thank you
 
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