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Android Build a Simple Android App (2014) Getting Started with Android Troubleshooting Java

mazhar salam
mazhar salam
126 Points

what did i do wrong?

im finding it hard to complete this task.

Color.java
String favoritecolor = "blue";

2 Answers

I think because you change the variable name so it was detecting some error

it should be favoriteColor not favoritecolor

Michael Hess
Michael Hess
24,511 Points

Hi Mazhar Salam,

The favoriteColor variable needs to be written in camelCase. Camel case is a naming convention where words are joined together and every separate word is capitlized. e.g. camelCase or favoriteColor

Here is a link to a wiki about camelCase: camelCase Wikipedia

Hope this helps!