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java – How to purge false errors in eclipse?

Posted by: admin June 15, 2020 Leave a comment

Questions:

From time to time in eclipse with ADT, I am getting errors that stick around even after I remove the offending code; in fact, they stay even if I delete the entire content of the file, as per this screen shot:

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The error is Syntax error on token "}", delete this token

Suffice to say, there is no such token.

Obviously this is a bug, but what do I do? My code won’t compile as a result.

How to&Answers:

Most of the answers given didn’t help or weren’t the problem (Clean in Ran’s comment worked, though…). The easiest fix was CTRL+1, then “Clear All Lint Markers”.

Answer:

Save the the file: Ctrl + S

In eclipse menu: Project – > Clean

Answer:

For me, just cutting the whole line and pasting it back gets rid of the issue.

Answer:

You can delete the supposedly false compiler errors in the Problems view window, e.g.,delete the supposedly false compiler errors (screen grab)

Confirm deletion even though javac may recreate them:

Confirm deletion even though javac may recreate them (screen grab)

Answer:

  1. Try cleaning your project and re-build it. It should go.
  2. Try restarting adt by going to DDMS>devices>click on the small downward arrow>select “reset adb”
  3. Try restarting eclipse.

Any of the above solutions may work for you.

Answer:

You are deleting larger content. But some-where at Ending close of bundle which is “}”, by mistake you are not deleting it. So simply delete that “}”. Then clean-up your project.