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From phil campaigne <pcampai...@charter.net>
Subject Re: OFF TOPIC String to char type
Date Sat, 20 Nov 2004 13:35:31 GMT
QM wrote:

>On Wed, Nov 17, 2004 at 11:51:38AM -0500, phil campaigne wrote:
>:  I am storing a flag in the database as type char, but it is set from a 
>: web page request object as a string. I need to convert it from type 
>: String to char in java.
>
>Which DB?  For those I know, "DB char" != "Java char."
>
>The former describes a column with character data, whereas the latter
>describes a variable that contains a single character.  So the character
>conversion you're doing may be unnecessary.
>
>
>: I tried String.charAt(0) which seems to convert 
>: to a char type untill I assign it to a variable of type char:
>: char processed = processed_string.charAt(0);
>: when I execute this I get the error message: type undefined.
>
>Please post the offending code.
>
>
>btw, thanks for marking this OT.
>
>-QM
>
>  
>
Thanks QM for your response.  I found that the error was elsewhere in my 
code.  A problem with assignment of variable.
thanks,
Phil



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