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    Thrown to indicate that an index of some sort (such as to an array, to a string, or to a vector) is out of range. Applications can subclass this class to indicate similar exceptions.

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    Thrown if trying to access an index which is out of bounds on objects like String, Array, or Vector. Any negative integer less than or equal to -1 and positive integer greater than or equal to the size of the object is an index which would be out of bounds

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via Atlassian JIRA by Nick Pellow, 1 year ago
via Atlassian JIRA by Nick Pellow [Atlassian], 2 years ago
via Oracle Community by 435184, 1 year ago
Index: 0, Size: 0
via Jenkins JIRA by robsimon, 1 year ago
Index: 5, Size: 5
via Jenkins JIRA by robsimon, 2 years ago
Index: 5, Size: 5
via Netbeans Bugzilla by myersj, 11 months ago
java.lang.IndexOutOfBoundsException: Index: 395, Size: 386 at java.util.ArrayList.RangeCheck( at java.util.ArrayList.get( at com.cenqua.crucible.view.FRXDO.mapGutterComments( at com.cenqua.crucible.view.FRXDO.mapInlineComments( at com.cenqua.crucible.view.FRXDO.<init>( at com.cenqua.crucible.revision.managers.DefaultContentManager.makeFRXDO( at com.atlassian.crucible.actions.ReviewBaseAction.makeFRXDO( at com.atlassian.crucible.actions.ViewFRXAction.execute(