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C# C# Objects Methods Method Overloading

Idan shami
Idan shami
13,251 Points

Help math problem?

I can't understand where i am wrong

Frog.cs
namespace Treehouse.CodeChallenges
{
    class Frog
    {
        public readonly int TongueLength;
        public readonly int ReactionTime; 

        public Frog(int tongueLength, int reactionTime)
        {
            TongueLength = tongueLength;
            ReactionTime = reactionTime;
        }

        public bool EatFly(int distanceToFly)
        {
            return TongueLength >= distanceToFly;
        }
        public bool EatFly(int distanceToFly, int flyReactionTime)
        {
            return TongueLength >= distanceToFly;
            return flyReactionTime >= ReactionTime;
        }
    }
}

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
215,972 Points

A function can only execute a return statement one time, it stops the function. And any code after the return statement will never be executed.

You'll need to use a logic expression to combine your conditionals. And remember that a faster reaction time will be less than a slower one.