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1.12.1 What does AOORE mean?


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AOORE = Argument Out Of Range.
This occurs in programming speak when you try to access an index in a list that is outside the number of items in the list. eg: list contains 10 items and I try to access item 11.

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2 hours ago, JPLRepo said:

AOORE = Argument Out Of Range.
This occurs in programming speak when you try to access an index in a list that is outside the number of items in the list. eg: list contains 10 items and I try to access item 11.

Also known as IndexOutOfBoundsException in Java or TryingToReachTheDoorHandleOnTheOtherSideOfTheDoor in brain

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