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Java Java Data Structures Getting There Packages

Hello there, I'm catching a compiler error and I don't know why?

The editor tells me I should have a curly bracket in my BlogPost class- BlogPost(){ ^{

com/example/BlogPost.java
package com.example;

public class BlogPost() {

}
Display.java
import com.example.BlogPost;
public class Display {
  public static void main(String[] args) {

    BlogPost blog= new BlogPost();
    System.out.printf("This is a blog post:     %s %n", blog);

  }
}

2 Answers

Geovanie Alvarez
Geovanie Alvarez
21,500 Points

Because you use parenthesis in the class

package com.example;

public class BlogPost() { //<------- here

}

public class BlogPost { //<------- just remove the parenthesis

}

Thank you that worked :)