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Android Build a Simple Android App Improving Our Code Creating a New Class

Now add a String field (member variable) named mTitle. Make it public.

The first step was : Let's create a new class! Start by declaring a new class named PictureBook. Make it public.

I've already done it and i was stuc and the second part which is "Now add a String field (member variable) named mTitle. Make it public."

I've Done:

public class PictureBook {

public String mTitle() {



public class PictureBook {


1 Answer

Jason Anders
Jason Anders
Treehouse Moderator 145,857 Points

Hey Clifford,

You are are the right track, but variables do not take parameters, so no parenthesis, and they don't have code blocks, so no curly braces. I think you may be confusing it with methods (functions).

Just fix that up and your good to go. Maybe a quick variable declaration review might help a bit too. :)

Keep Coding! :dizzy:

I already figured it out... I was thing about methods but the instruction says field member .. Thank you so much for help.