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Android Build an Interactive Story App (Retired) The Model-View-Controller Pattern Creating a Data Model

Sundarabalaji Kishore
Sundarabalaji Kishore
1,677 Points

Naming Convention Error

I've given all the naming conventions as per the standard coding practices (without the 'm' prefix), but still I'm unable to solve the error.

Spaceship.java
public class Spaceship {
  public String mType;


public String getText() {
  return mType;
}
}

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1 Answer

Jon Kussmann
PLUS
Jon Kussmann
Courses Plus Student 7,254 Points

You want to call your method getType() instead of getText():

public class Spaceship {
    public String mType;

    public String getType() {
         return mType;
     }
}