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Java Java Objects (Retired) Meet Objects Privacy and Methods

What did I do wrong?

What did I do wrong?

GoKart.java
public class GoKart {
  public String mColor = "red";
    public String getColor();
  {
    return mColor;
}

1 Answer

The first issue in your code is that there is a semicolon after your getColor method that isn't needed. You're also missing an end bracket for the method. Your answer should look like this.

public class GoKart {
    public String mColor = "red";    
    public String getColor(){
        return mColor;
    }
}