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Java Java Objects (Retired) Delivering the MVP Validation

Sum Tsui
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Sum Tsui
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why promptForGuess() will have to return a boolean value?

if promptForGuess() returns nothing, the program still works. is there a reason for letting promptForGuess() return a value?

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Andrew Winkler
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I may be mistaken, but i'm pretty sure promptForGuess() is considered to be a constructor of another parent class. By nature constructors don't need to return anything. They just establish attributes and values.

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