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Java Java Data Structures Getting There Class Review

Ronald Greer
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Ronald Greer
Front End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 56,280 Points

i dont understand my mistake

it says i have a syntax error on line 16.

help!

com/example/BlogPost.java
package com.example;
import java.util.Date;

public class BlogPost {
private String mAuthor;
private String mTitle;
private String mBody;
private String mCategory;
private Date mCreationDate;

public BlogPost (String author, String title, String body, String category, Date creationdate) {
  mAuthor = author;
  mTitle = title;
  mBody = body;
  mCategory = category;
  mCreationDate = creationDate;  
}

  public String getAuthor() {
    return mAuthor;
  }

  public String getTitle() {
   return mTitle;
  }

  public String getBody() {
    return mBody;
  }

  public String getCategory() {
    return mCategory;
  }

  public Date getCreationDate() {
    return mCreationDate;
  } 

}

1 Answer

Ben Reynolds
Ben Reynolds
35,170 Points

There's a typo in your constructor parameter, "d" isn't capitalized in the parameter name (creationdate) but it is on the line where you're trying to initialize it.