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Ricky Sparks
Ricky Sparks
22,249 Points

My Java Code wont pass?

public class MainListActivity extends ListActivity {

public String[] mSongTitles = { "Song1", "Song2", "Song3", "Song4" };

}

2 Answers

Chris Shaw
Chris Shaw
26,662 Points

Hi Ricky,

If you're on task one it's only asking for 3 values in the array not four, simply drop Song4 from the array and it will pass.

Shane Desouza
Shane Desouza
3,523 Points

On task one, it didn't say that there was a limit on the maximum number of values, but the minimum number is at least 3 variables. By the way, you should format the mSongTitles array to be a list of values, as below:

public String[] mSongTitles = { "Song1", "Song2", "Song3", "Song4" };

When I displayed it in the horizontal format, for some reason it didn't pass, so when I displayed it in the list view like above, it passed.

Hope this helped you.