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Java Java Objects (Retired) Creating the MVP Current Progress

naman tiwari
naman tiwari
773 Points

Why we called mGame.getCurrentProgress() in prompter.java.

public void displayProgress(){ System.out.printf("Try to solve: %s\n",mGame.getCurrentProgress()); }

1 Answer

anil rahman
anil rahman
7,786 Points

By looking at your class names i'm guessing that the prompter class was meant to use the display progress method by prompting the user with information but the prompter itself does not hold this information so it had to basically ask the mGame object for help by saying give me your getProgress method so i can tell the user the progress.