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Java Java Objects (Retired) Creating the MVP Storing Guesses

why doesn't the workspace include the files Game.class, Game.java, Hangman.class, or Prompter.java for this exercise?

Where can i find this code? it shows in the training video but not the actual workspace. When i go to run Game.java it errors because it is looking for Game.class which doesn't exist.

2 Answers

Jason Anders
MOD
Jason Anders
Treehouse Moderator 145,631 Points

Hey Sanora,

I just launched the Workspace for the video you linked from, and all the files mentioned were there. It may have just been a glitch when you launched.

Go to the Workspaces page (the icon on the left that has the <> symbol). Delete the Workspace associated with this video (by clicking on the gear icon to the right of the Workspace in question). The workspace should be titled "Java Objects - Storing Guesses."

Once deleted, go back to the video and relaunch the Workspace. The files should be there. If you still have no files showing, you will need to contact the Support Team for technical help.

Hope this solves it for you.

:dizzy:

Raquel Smith
Raquel Smith
10,683 Points

I also had this problem. I launched a workspace for the first video, then went to the second video and was missing files. If I launched a new workspace from that video, it had all the files. I feel like there should be an announcement that it uses a new workspace. I may be a special case because I am going through this course again, so I am creating NEW workspaces from the "Use a different workspace" button and selecting the template for the video I am on.