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jess too !!!

 
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hello Mr,

first thank you for helping me! I am going to spend my exam next week. I could not realise it without your help. thanks too!
this is my question:
the jess exception can find one error in the file.clp (the first one found )
what to do to find all the errors in the file.clp .
the second one is always the problem of how o input my data in a textfield
to use it in an interactive program!!!

waiting for the answers of my last questions!(I hope)
thanks!!!
luyza.
 
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I could give you a more complicated answer by describing how to use the parser class jess.Jesp and the parsing method parse() directly, but I think the best answer is simply to fix the first error, and then it will report the next one.
 
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