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Java Java Objects (Retired) Creating the MVP Storing Guesses

Mark Worrall
Mark Worrall
538 Points

java.util.NoSuchElementException .... Madness

I really have no clue whats gone wrong here, however i keep getting the error in the title when i run the code. have I misspelled something I am not seeing?


public class Game { private String mAnswer; private String mHits; private String mMisses;

public Game(String answer) { mAnswer = answer; mHits = ""; mMisses = ""; }

public boolean applyGuess(char letter) { boolean isHit = mAnswer.indexOf(letter) >= 0; if (isHit) { mHits += letter; } else { mMisses += letter; } return isHit; }



Could you give the full error given? Also, just for future reference, use the markdown feature to make the code you post more readable. (You can see how when you are posting a comment or something by clicking the "Markdown Cheatsheet".

After you type the three tick marks and java make sure you hit enter a couple of times and also make sure you hit enter a couple of times after your code before you add the last set of tick marks so your code will format correctly. Just an FYI.

1 Answer

I just compiled your code in the workspace and it didn't turn back any errors.