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When i run the project. Netbeans show Error


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What does this part of the end of the error message mean?

Uncompilable source code - Erroneous tree type: <any>

It doesn't give a line number, but there should be a red mark on the corresponding line on the code. Please check that for what the compiler error is. It might be a non‑existent actual type parameter. Remember there is no such built‑in type as, “any,” even though a language like Eiffel does have such a type. Do you have a class called Any? How did you spell it?

Please see this FAQ.
 
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:What does this part of the end of the error message mean?

Uncompilable source code - Erroneous tree type: <any>

It doesn't give a line number, but there should be a red mark on the corresponding line on the code. Please check that for what the compiler error is. It might be a non‑existent actual type parameter. Remember there is no such built‑in type as, “any,” even though a language like Eiffel does have such a type. Do you have a class called Any? How did you spell it?

Please see this FAQ.



I don't seem to have any errors in the code, nothing seems to be underlined with a red sign.
 
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