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Android Build an Interactive Story App The Model-View-Presenter Pattern Adding Custom Constructors

Will Sokolowski
Will Sokolowski
2,292 Points

Can't Pass the constructor part of this training

I'm currently at Adding a custom constructor in the Build an interactive story course. Everything is working fine, but my code isn't working. Here's the code.

package com.inmotionhosting.gostories.model;

/**

  • Created by Will S on 4/27/2017. */

import com.inmotionhosting.gostories.R;

public class Story {

private Page[] pages;

public Story() {
    pages = new Page[7];

    pages[0] = new Page(R.drawable.page0,
            R.string.page0,
            new Choice(R.string.page0_choice1, 1),
            new Choice(R.string.page0_choice2, 2));

    pages[1] = new Page(R.drawable.page1,
            R.string.page1,
            new Choice(R.string.page1_choice1, 3),
            new Choice(R.string.page1_choice2, 4));

    pages[2] = new Page(R.drawable.page2,
            R.string.page2,
            new Choice(R.string.page2_choice1, 4),
            new Choice(R.string.page2_choice2, 6));

    pages[3] = new Page(R.drawable.page3,
            R.string.page3,
            new Choice(R.string.page3_choice1, 4),
            new Choice(R.string.page3_choice2, 5));

    pages[4] = new Page(R.drawable.page4,
            R.string.page4,
            new Choice(R.string.page4_choice1, 5),
            new Choice(R.string.page4_choice2, 6));

    pages[5] = new Page(R.drawable.page5, R.string.page5);

    pages[6] = new Page(R.drawable.page6, R.string.page6);
}

}

It says cannot resolve symbol 'page6' and i can't figure out why. This is the code directly from the github repo. I've looked at all my other code, and there aren't any errors. Am I missing something here?

3 Answers

Seth Kroger
Seth Kroger
56,409 Points

Which page6? The drawable or the string? Android Studio should be telling you which. Check both that there's a page6 in drawable and that there is a string for page6 in strings.xml. No typos.

mohamadreza azadi
mohamadreza azadi
5,167 Points

i think your version of android studio is diffrent you need to do try this code on your code R.mipmap.page0; mipmap is where is the place store your images

Will Sokolowski
Will Sokolowski
2,292 Points

Oh jeez....just some attention to detail....spend so much time looking at all the other code...and simply didn't have this in strings.xml

<string name="page6">You arrive home on Earth. While your mission was a success, you forever wonder what was sending that signal. Perhaps a future mission will be able to investigateā€¦</string>

Thanks for the help!