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preverify error with float[] [message #566526] Mon, 23 July 2007 15:17
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I'm seeing a problem with unexpected compiler errors when declaring float

Platform: Java 1.6, Eclipse 3.3.0, Sun WTK 2.5, MTJ 0.7

The target device is the Sun "DefaultColorPhone" with CLDC1.1 and MIDP2.0

I created the default "Hello_World_MIDP" MIDlet and it compiled and ran

I then added two floating point declarations and recompiled. The first
declaration of a simple float variable was accepted, but the declaration
of a float array generates an error:

"Errors found in preverification. Build Canceled.
org.eclipse.mtj.exception.PreverificationException: Errors found in
preverification. Build Canceled"

It also displays a message to the effect that "floating point not allowed
in method definition for startApp."

The example code is below

------------------------------------------------------------ ---------------
package hello_world_midp_package;

import javax.microedition.lcdui.Display;
import javax.microedition.lcdui.Form;
import javax.microedition.lcdui.TextField;
import javax.microedition.midlet.MIDlet;
import javax.microedition.midlet.MIDletStateChangeException;

* hello world MIDP
public class Hello_World_MIDP extends MIDlet {

protected Form form;
protected TextField textField;

* @see MIDlet#startApp()
protected void startApp() throws MIDletStateChangeException {
Display d = Display.getDisplay(this);
float fVar = 1.0f; // THIS WORKS *****************
float[] fVarArray = new float[4]; // THIS DOESN'T **********
form.append("Hello World!" + fVar);


* @see MIDlet#pauseApp()
protected void pauseApp() {

* @see MIDlet#destroyApp(boolean)
protected void destroyApp(boolean flag) throws MIDletStateChangeException

* Method getForm.
* @return Form
protected Form getForm() {
if (form == null) {
form = new Form("Title");
form.append("Hello World");
return form;
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