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[How to fix] Compiler 100 errors

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Just today I was trying to fix my client.java. Once I was done, I tried to compile and it gave me errors.
[B]One of the errors + the end was:[/B]
symbol: variable aNode2799
location: variable node of type Node
src\class312.java:259: error: cannot find symbol
aNode 3958.aNode2800 = aNode3958

[B]The end of the compiler was:[/B]
[ATTACH=CONFIG]11043[/ATTACH]

[B]I was wondering if someone could help me with this?[/B]
[I][317, loading 562-667, Project-Insanity][/I]

Comment below please, or
contact me at Skype: [I][email protected][/I]
I do have teamviewer :) Edited by fic7ion

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Warnings are not problems. The client will work with them.

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[quote name='fic7ion']Just today I was trying to fix my client.java. Once I was done, I tried to compile and it gave me errors.
[B]One of the errors + the end was:[/B]
symbol: variable aNode2799
location: variable node of type Node
src\class312.java:259: error: cannot find symbol
aNode 3958.aNode2800 = aNode3958

[B]The end of the compiler was:[/B]
[ATTACH=CONFIG]11043[/ATTACH]

[B]I was wondering if someone could help me with this?[/B]
[I][317, loading 562-667, Project-Insanity][/I]

Comment below please, or
contact me at Skype: [I][email protected][/I]
I do have teamviewer :)[/QUOTE]

Check the code that you worked on again. It's probably a typo such as a brace missing or too many braces.

[quote name='falconpunch']Warnings are not problems. The client will work with them.[/QUOTE]

I'm guessing you misread the pic ;)

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Thanks, but there are like 40+ files with errors (according to the compiler), such as class34.java, class38.java etc. Does anyone know maybe a way to search for these problems/errors?

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Tell me exactly what you were fixing, perhaps you missed something.

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I was fixing the client.java. Now I knew, the client.java was the problem. So I replaced it with the old one (re-downloaded the old client + source). Now it gives errors in class34.java etc.
I think these errors were already there when the source, client & cache were released. I'd like to know if there's a way to search up these errors automatically, maybe with a tool or something?

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