Error occurred while updating program modules

(I'm not sure if this might be hardware related, but I guess its not).Here is the code, that I'm executing in Java: File Input Stream f_in = new File Input Stream(path "/" doc Num "/" doc Num "Part.data"); Object Input Stream obj_in = new Object Input Stream (f_in); Object obj = obj_Object(); //ERROR File Input Stream f_in5 = new File Input Stream(path "/" doc Num "/" doc Num "Part_clust Idx_pair Clust Idxs_.data"); Object Input Stream obj_in5 = new Object Input Stream (f_in5); Object clust Idx_pair Clust Idxs = obj_in5Object(); File Input Stream f_in4 = new File Input Stream(path "/" doc Num "/" doc Num "Part_pair Clust Idxs_pair Part Root Node Ids_.data"); Object Input Stream obj_in4 = new Object Input Stream (f_in4); Object pair Clust Idxs_pair Part Root Node Ids = obj_in4Object(); File Input Stream f_in3 = new File Input Stream(path "/" doc Num "/" doc Num "Part_clust Idx_part Root Node Ids_.data"); Object Input Stream obj_in3 = new Object Input Stream (f_in3); Object clust Idx_part Root Node Ids = obj_in3Object(); File Input Stream f_in2 = new File Input Stream(path "/" doc Num "/" doc Num "Part_root Node Id_Part.data"); Object Input Stream obj_in2 = new Object Input Stream (f_in2); Object root Node Id_Part = obj_in2Object(); Part part = (Part) obj; Node Id_part_ = (Map The error occurs after the first deserialization block.Even if correct, is it the most optimal solution possible?

error occurred while updating program modules-77

Functions are too small to make into a package and dependency.

Pure functions don’t have cohesion; they are random snippets of code and nothing more. We’d all really like a “trigonometry” dependency instead which encompasses many “tricky” functions that we don’t want to have to write ourselves. NET and other frameworks create a “core” library of basic functionality.

How are hundreds of dependencies and 28,000 files for a blank project template anything but overly complicated and insane?

I get the impression that the NPM ecosystem participants have created a penchant for micro-packages.

Here are some of the things that I observed: All of this leads me to wonder…

On what possible plane of existence is this a better solution to past problems?

However, if I interchange it with any of the following blocks, the error is still in the second deserialization block.

Again, the same code, with the same data works just fine on other machines.

I tried reinstalling and updating Java, but it didn't help.

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