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From "Jim - FooBar();" <jimpil1...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: help please....I'm going crazy!
Date Wed, 11 Apr 2012 12:37:02 GMT
Actually the return statement should be
> return allUnique.toArray(new Span[allUnique.size()]);
to avoid creation of array through reflection...this is exactly what 
happens in the DictionaryNameFinder as well so i don't understand why it 
doesn't work!!! I did some debugging and everything seems correct (class 
names, arrays, sizes etc etc)  ..

Jim



On 11/04/12 12:08, Jim - FooBar(); wrote:
> Is there any chance someone can have a look at this small method and 
> figure out why i'm getting an array-store exception??? I woke up this 
> morning  ready to test my AggregateNameFinder2 but i'm getting stupid 
> array exceptions again!!! I am trying to convert an Arraylist <Span> 
> to a Span[] using arrayList.toArray(new Span[0]) as it is suggested in 
> the docs but with no success!!! HOnestly i'm going mental - i've spent 
> 4 hours on this and wherever i look people suggest it is straight 
> forward...
>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

>
>     private Span[] flattenUniqueSpans(List<Span[]> findings){
>
>     int maxLength = 0; //the maximum number of predictions
>
>     for (Span[] x : findings)
>         maxLength += x.length;
>
>     List<Span> allUnique = new ArrayList<Span>(maxLength);
>
>     for (Span[] k : findings){
>     List<Span> temp = new ArrayList<Span>(k.length);
>
>          for (Span s : k)
>          temp.add(s);
>
>     allUnique.removeAll(temp);//remove from allUnique all the elements 
> that exist in temp
>     allUnique.addAll(temp);//add all elements of temp  into allUnique 
> - no duplicates must exist
>
>     }
>     ((ArrayList<Span>) allUnique).trimToSize();
>       return allUnique.toArray(new Span[0]);
>
>     }
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

>
>
> I will be able to provide some feedback for the AggregteNameFinder if 
> this gets sorted...the error obviously occurs in the last line of the 
> method...for some reason there is type mismatch (array-store exception 
> in System.arrayCopy )...Any help is greatly appreciated guys....
>
> Thanks in advance!
>
> Jim
>
> p.s: I'm starting to remember why i left the Java world!!!
>
>




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