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Android Build a Self-Destructing Message Android App Retrieving and Viewing Messages Retrieving Messages

Not Work ?

We want to query the backend for a list of episodes of the TV show "Doctor Who". Start by declaring a ParseQuery variable named query and initialize it with a ParseQuery constructor. Use "DoctorWhoEpisodes" as the class name and ParseObject as the type (remember that ParseQuery is a generic class that must specify a type).

La respuesta es esta :

ParseQuery<ParseObject> query = new ParseQuery("DoctorWhoEpisodes");

pero no funciona !

3 Answers

Paul Stevens
Paul Stevens
4,125 Points


I think you need to have the type of query inside <> because ParseQuery is generic. So something like:

ParseQuery<String> query = new ParseQuery<String>("DoctorWhoEpisodes");

This may help, but If you can tell me which code challenge it is I will have a look at it properly.


Oh , Tienes mucha razΓ³n . Gracias !!