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Java Java Objects (Retired) Meet Objects Creating Classes

Let's create a new blueprint for GoKarts. Start by declaring a public class named GoKart.

What should I do

GoKart.java
public class  GoKarts {
}
Muhammad Asif
Muhammad Asif
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public class GoKarts { }

you misspelled GoKart as GoKarts

3 Answers

Hi,

if you look closely you see that your class isn't spelled correctly. Remember, the class should be named "GoKart"

thanks it helped

Great! Keep it going :-)

what does blueprint mean here