Re: Getting java.util.ConcurrentModificationException

Lew <>
Fri, 08 Aug 2008 19:43:37 -0400
<> wrote:

I have written a game that using min max algorithm, with Vector as
it's [sic] tokens and in the algorithm it makes a move and check it's [sic] value
and then return to original values, but when i [sic] try to use the vector [sic]
again it gives me the exception above, that i [sic] altered it and therefor
i [sic] cannot continue.
i [sic] have tried to create a clone of the vetctor [sic] so it won't be using the
original vactor [sic] and work on the copy but it didnt work.

GArlington wrote:

How "it didn't work"?
Nothing changed => your copy was NOT a complete clone, see "your clone
is shallow" (by RGB).

That is generally not the problem when it comes to

Make sure that you clone ALL data (deep clone), then it will work...

Probably not, because deep cloning isn't necessarily the issue.

One cannot say for sure until the OP provides an SSCCE. They have provided
nothing to allow us to help.

someone have an idea to help me outa here i [sic] am helpless.

Provide an SSCCE.

There are few explanations why it does not work the way you programmed
it higher in this thread...

Actually, there aren't. Absent an SSCCE, all we can do is provide general
advice and educated guesses.

Provide an SSCCE.

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