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Printing String Array

CoolTechieCoolTechie Posts: 2Member
Hello,

I have a code like this:

String[] strRuleFilePath = new String[10];
File fIpAddressFile = new File(strIpAddress[i]);
strRuleFilePath = fIpAddressFile.list();
//for(int j=0; strRuleFilePath[j] != null ;j++)
//System.out.println(strRuleFilePath[j]);

The code commented is printing the array but throwing exceptions while checking for the null condition.

Any solution on this?

Comments

  • CoolTechieCoolTechie Posts: 2Member
    We'll have to say
    for(int j=0; j<strRuleFilePath.length();j++)
    to find the number of strings in the array...

    : Hello,
    :
    : I have a code like this:
    :
    : String[] strRuleFilePath = new String[10];
    : File fIpAddressFile = new File(strIpAddress[i]);
    : strRuleFilePath = fIpAddressFile.list();
    : //for(int j=0; strRuleFilePath[j] != null ;j++)
    : //System.out.println(strRuleFilePath[j]);
    :
    : The code commented is printing the array but throwing exceptions while checking for the null condition.
    :
    : Any solution on this?
    :

  • BodkinBodkin Posts: 100Member
    [CODE]
    File fIpAddressFile = new File(strIpAddress[i]);
    String[] strRuleFilePath = fIpAddressFile.list();
    for(int j=0; j<strRuleFilePath.length; j++)
    System.out.println(strRuleFilePath[j]);
    [/CODE]
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