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Nimbus takes precedence over manually defined renderer?

Making a GUI in Swing (NetBeans 15, Sun JDK 19.0.1), i’m trying to set custom background color for JTable rows and encountered issues with boolean cells, and i can’t seem to be able to make the background uniform across all cells. Please note that the following code tries to paint the background for the whole table, but my target is

JPA repository Boolean Query – return null pointer exception

I have Java springBoot project With repository that included boolean custom query. but the system run to null pointer exception apart from return “false”. this is the query: I called the method: and this is the error: Answer Your query is designed to return whatever entity (called CustomersVsCoupons from now on) is mapped to the table customer_vs_coupons, not a Boolean.

Java Boolean method return is always false [closed]

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Are booleans implicitly true?

I’m a bit confused on this bit of code. My professor explained that the output will always be true but I’m confused on why. I changed the boolean to both true and false but the output is always true and I’m having a hard time explaining the logic behind it. I assumed that since a false && true will always

The method countTrue(boolean[]) in the type GUI is not applicable for the arguments (boolean, boolean, boolean, boolean, boolean)

this is the error : “The method countTrue(boolean[]) in the type GUI is not applicable for the arguments (boolean, boolean, boolean, boolean, boolean)” , the error is in the last line , but i dont get why. Answer New array should be declared as below: int x = GUI.countTrue(new boolean[]{true, false, false, true, false}); OR you can use varargs and

simple java program returning incorrect value

Hello I am brushing up on Java practice. I have this very simple program: There are two int values, along with a boolean variable. i) The program will return true if one of these values is negative and one is positive. ii) However, if the boolean variable is true, the program can only return true if both int values are

Prevent Spring from prefixing booleans with is only in certain cases

I have an object with a boolean property called hasEnoughBalance, but Spring (or Lombok, or whoever it is) appears to be renaming the getter to isHasEnoughBalance instead of getHasEnoughBalance or plain hasEnoughBalance. How could I prevent that? I know of @JsonProperty, but I’d like another solution if possible. Answer This is being done by Lombok. One way is to use