On 7/27/05, Les Carter <carterl(at)newkinetics(dot)com> wrote:
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> Consider the following code snippet where rs is a ResultSet object obtained
> from a previous query:
> for(int count=0; count!=someValue; count++)
> if(!rs.next()) throw SomeException();
> Pretty simple, just cycle through someValue number of records and then get
> the next record after that.
I suspect that this isn't the code that actually produces the error.
If SomeException() is a constructor, this code wouldn't compile. Could
you post a more complete snippet?
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