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Android Build a Blog Reader Android App Adapting Data for Display in a List Filling Our String Array and Creating the Adapter

hyunsoo hwang
hyunsoo hwang
3,910 Points

Challenge task 1 of 3

for (int i =0; i<jsonVideos.length(); i++) {
  JSONObject video = jsonData.getJSONObject(i);
  String title = video.getString("title");
  titles[i] = title;
}

Above is the for loop I wrote for this code challenge but I am getting the below error message.

JavaTester.java:71: getJSONObject(java.lang.String) in org.json.JSONObject cannot be applied to (int)
  JSONObject video = jsonData.getJSONObject(i);
                             ^
1 error

Can someone help me what I did wrong?

1 Answer

Grant Hosticka
Grant Hosticka
4,172 Points

in the first line of your for loop it should be jsonVideos.getJSONObject(i); instead of jsonData.getJSONObject(i); you are attempting to get data from the wrong source