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Android Build a Simple Android App (retired 2014) Pretty Little Things Animating the Crystal Ball

Leonardo Calderon
Leonardo Calderon
1,936 Points

Did I miss something?

I need to: Define a method called 'animateFrog()' and put the existing line of code that declares the 'frogImage' variable inside the curly braces of the new method. Make the method public, return nothing (void), and have no parameters.

and I did:

public void animateFrog() { ImageView frogImage = (ImageView) findViewById(R.id.frog); }

Thanks...,

2 Answers

Louis Sankey
Louis Sankey
22,595 Points

As far as I can tell you didn't miss anything. I copy and pasted your code twice into my code challenge and it worked fine. Did you put your code inside of the main activity and after the onCreate method?

Leonardo Calderon
Leonardo Calderon
1,936 Points

The problem was the location of the code. I had to move it up one line.

Thanks for your help!!!!