null pointer exceptions
It seems to be the case that there are some null pointer exceptions which
Java can handle, but Jython can't. Which doesn't make sense to me, as with
Jython, it is Java which is doing the work.
Are there any good guides to this?
I have a class which includes adding an ImageIcon. If the required graphic
resource isn't present, there is a NullPointerException. Java doesn't care
- the straight Java program handles it internally and gets on with life.
But when I include it from Python, it explodes.
It may be because the resource is specified using a relative pathname.
When Jython executes, it may be not using the current directory as its'
base for relative paths, but could be using JYTHON_HOME, which could lead
to this behaviour.
Can anyone tell me what Jython uses for its' relative path base?
Can anyone describe how Jython handles exceptions that is different from
Re: null pointer exceptions
Tennessee James Leeuwenburg wrote:
> I have a class which includes adding an ImageIcon. If the required
> resource isn't present, there is a NullPointerException. Java doesn't
> - the straight Java program handles it internally and gets on with
> But when I include it from Python, it explodes.
A java.lang.NullPointerException is just an exception like anything
else. Can't you just catch it?
max@oxygen:~/tmp% cat NullCaster.java
public class NullCaster
public static void main(String args)
Object nullObject = null;
String nullString = (String) nullObject;
max@oxygen:~/tmp% javac NullCaster.java
Jython 2.1 on java1.4.1 (JIT: null)
Type "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> import java.lang
>>> import NullCaster
.... except java.lang.NullPointerException, e:
.... print 'oops:', e
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