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Java Java Objects (Retired) Meet Objects Privacy and Methods

Adia Gawhari
Adia Gawhari
1,378 Points

What did i get wrong?

I did exactly what Craig did but it wont work. Is there something im missing or something that went unnoticed?

public class Example {

public static void main(String[] args) {
    // Your amazing code goes here...
    System.out.println("We are making a new Pez Dispenser.");
    PezDispenser dispenser = new PezDispenser ();
    System.out.printf("The dispenser character is %s\n", 
                      dispenser.getCharacterName());
}

}

public class PezDispenser { private String mCharacterName = "Yoda";

public String getCharacterName() { return String mCharacterName; } }

1 Answer

Hello Adia,

You need to remove the "String" before mCharacterName when you're returning it in your PezDispenser class, as that variable's type was already set as a String when it was first declared.