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variable not know in current context

 
Steven Zoraster
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Why am I getting "variable not known in current context" for x in the following code:

float x = 0.0f;
for(int i=0;i<dataIn.length;i++){
x = (float)dataIn[0][i];
float y = (float)dataIn[1][i];
float z = (float)dataIn[2][i];
boolean b = distanceTransform(M,
Gf,dzdx,dzdy,grad,x,y,z);
}

Netbeans documentation says to initialize a variable before using it should cure this problem
 
Stevens Miller
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Steven Zoraster wrote:Why am I getting "variable not known in current context" for x in the following code:


Gonna need a little more of that context to be of any help. Can you post the class and method definitions that include this fragment (assuming they're not too long, of course)?

Netbeans documentation says to initialize a variable before using it should cure this problem

If anything, I'd expect that to generate a "The assigned value is never used" warning, rather than solve anything.
 
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