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Java Java Objects Meet Objects Add a Constructor

Now in the body of your constructor, set the private field color to the value of the color argument passed into the cons

(Make sure you are setting the right color*)

class GoKart {
  private String color = "red";

public color (String color) {
  GoKartName = color;
  private String color = red;
  public boolean getColor() {

1 Answer

First of all why are you declaring the color string twice? Secondly on the second color string remember that a string always is declared with quotes signs "".