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Can't refactor "private Queue<Song> mSongQueue;" in IDEA
When I try to do the first step in the video and refactor "private Queue<Song> mSongQueue;" in IDEA. I click Refactor this > Type Migration and then I get the warning "Only fields, variables, method parameters or methods of valid type can be considered." and I can't proceed. I've copied all the project files from the download zip. What's going on?
I'm getting the same error
Heather Gray6,225 Points
Your post says "private Queue mSongQueue;" Isn't the Queue supposed to have a type? Like this:
private Queue<Song> mSongQueue
if that was just a typo, are you selecting the Queue part before refactoring? I may need to go look back at the video.