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

Next, we need getter and setter methods for our member variable. Let's start with the getter method. Add a method to get

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2 Answers

Ken Alger
STAFF
Ken Alger
Treehouse Teacher

Ma;

In addition to the misplaced closing curly bracket, for the Getter you are returning a string (mType), but you have not declared that getmType returns strings. Your Getter should look like:

public String getType() {
    // code for what you want to return
    return mType;
}

I hope that helps and makes some sense. Post back if you are still stuck.

Ken

thank you for you help its work

Thank you Ken! Helped me to. I'd give you a "Best Answer" if I could.

You have a misplaced }. Can you spot it?