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Java Java Objects (Retired) Harnessing the Power of Objects Helper Methods and Conditionals

Confused about braces.

Will the dispenser be filled every time this program is run regardless? Should you not include

System.out.println("Loading Dispenser..."); dispenser.load();

In the original if(dispenser.isEmpty()) statement?

2 Answers

Without looking at the other code it seems like the dispenser will always be empty when the program is started? I may be wrong though.

Hi Pierce,

The System.out.println("Loading dispenser..."); isn't exactly needed because it is just saying "Loading...", but it is nice for the users who don't know what is happening.

The if statement is asking "Is the dispenser empty?", so when you write dispenser.load(); it loads the PEZ dispenser.

But it would be nice to see your code if you still need help.

I hope this helps you.