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

hakan Gülay
hakan Gülay
8,489 Points


Hi, ı couldnt do second step of this question. it gives me erros like "make sure "mTitle" is a string!. it is a really easy question ı know but I miss out something and couldnt find it

public class PictureBook{
  public String mTitle[]={



1 Answer

Aaron Kaye
Aaron Kaye
10,948 Points

You did challenge task one write, but part two is off. Java variable go like this: public type name = ...

To create a string in Java you use double quotes. Also, it is not looking for you to specify a value right now. Your variable should look like this:

public String mTitle;
hakan Gülay
hakan Gülay
8,489 Points

thanks a lot Aaron!