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Java Java Objects (Retired) Harnessing the Power of Objects Methods and Constants

Usen Ekpek
Usen Ekpek
1,634 Points

task 3

let's add a method named charge. It should be public and return nothing. When called it should set mBarsCount to the value of the constant you declared in Task 1.

GoKart.java
public class GoKart {
  private String mColor;

  public static final int MAX_B = 8;

public void charge() {
   mBarsCount = BATTERY;
}
  private int mBarsCount = 0;



  public GoKart(String color) {
    mColor = color;
    mBarsCount = 0;
  }



     public void charge()
                     { 
                       mBarsCount = MAX_B; 
                     }
  public String getColor() {
    return mColor;
  } 
}

First problem is that in the first charge() method you have a keyword 'BATTERY'- you didn't assign any variable to this name (should probably be MAX_B). Secondly, you cannot have two methods with the exact same signatures; you probably either need to delete one of the charge() methods or give one of them a parameter.