Problem with String in a Vector

I'm making a small hangman game. And I got a problem with putting words in a Vector... This is the code... Can someone tell me what I'm doing wrong?
// First I define it.
Vector Words;
//  Then add the words
Vector Words = new Vector();
Words.add(new String("HELLO"));
Words.add(new String("GOOD BYE"));
// When I try to get a string from the Vector I use this.
// The program compiles but when I try to run it I get NullPointerExeption here
W = (String) Words.elementAt(0);

Not sure since I cant see all of your code but looks like this might be your problem:
// First I define it.
Vector Words; //<-- here you define a Vector named Words that is null
// Then add the words
Vector Words = new Vector(); //<-- here you define another vector named Words that holds a reference to a new Vector. This is a different reference than the one created above so you should probably remove the "Vector" part from the beginning of this line. Is this a local variable to a method and the one before is a global variable?
//Here you probably access the locally created Words vector which is initialized
Words.add(new String("HELLO"));
// When I try to get a string from the Vector I use this.
// The program compiles but when I try to run it I get NullPointerExeption here
W = (String) Words.elementAt(0); //<--and here my guess is that this statement is inside another method than the one with the local Words vector defined. Thus this one accesses the global Words Vector that is never initalized and is Null. And that gives you the NullPointerException.
So try changing the statement
Vector Words = new Vector();
to
Words = new Vector();
or just remove it totally and move the Vector creation to the place where you introduce the global variable.
Of course I might be totally wrong since I cant see all of your code but that is my guess.
Hope it helps,
-teka

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