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Java Java Objects Harnessing the Power of Objects Overload Methods

Edward Pinto
Edward Pinto
457 Points

I am stuck at this question. and can seem to answer it

here is my code

public void drive() { lapsDriven++; lapsTogo = LapsDriven--; barCount--;

}

GoKart.java
class GoKart {
  public static final int MAX_BARS = 8;
  private String color;
  private int barCount;
  private int lapsDriven;
  private int lapsTogo;

  public GoKart(String color) {
    this.color = color;
  }

  public String getColor() {
    return color;
  }
  public void charge() {
    barCount = MAX_BARS;
  }

  public boolean isBatteryEmpty() {
    return barCount == 0;
  }

  public boolean isFullyCharged() {
    return MAX_BARS == barCount;
  }

  public void drive() {
    lapsDriven++;
    lapsTogo = LapsDriven--;
    barCount--;

  }
}
Bramyn Payne
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Bramyn Payne
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Student 19,495 Points

The method drive should take in an integer, such as laps, and use that in the method body.

Then lapsDriven would look like this in the body lapsDriven += laps;

You would have to do something similar with barCount