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I have code that looks like this:
String xxx="";
new Create_Html(buf1[j]);
//xxx = new Create_Html.Create_Html(buf1[j]);

I have tried both of the above neither works, i'm just
tring to pass data to code called Create_Html.
I get the following error message:

javac Create_List.java
Create_List.java:94: Incompatible type for constructor. Can't convert java.lang.String to java.lang.String[].
new Create_Html(buf1[j]);
                    ^
1 error

What am I doing wrong? I've done this with other code
with no problems. Can any one show me the way?

Thanx!
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Question by:afsac
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msmolyak earned 100 total points
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Look like the class Create_Html has a constructor which expects a String, not an array. Why are you passing an array?
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by:msmolyak
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Sorry, it's the other way around. The constructor expects an array of strings, but you are passing an element of that array. Change it to
  new Create_Html(buf1);
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by:sailwind
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Uhmm.. no msmolyak. The constructor is expecting an array, not a string.
try doing  new Create_Html(buf1);  instead.
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THANX!
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