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Offline Kommi

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« Posted 2005-02-17 17:10:37 »

OK I have 2 classes:

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class EncodedString
{
           
      private String value;
     
      private String option;
     
      private int baseN;
     
     
     
      //the values are set only once when the EncodedString object is created
     public void EncodedString(String value, int baseN, String option)
      {
            this.value = value;
            this.option = option;
            this.baseN = baseN;
      }
     
      public void EncodedString(String value)
      {
     
            }
     
     
      //get methods
     public String value()
      {
            return value;      
      }
     
      public String option()
      {
            return option;
      }
     
      public int baseN()
      {
            return baseN;
      }
     
}


and another class where I have the foolowing code

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//input are
     /* 1. sentence in the english language
         1. base n
      */

      public EncodedString encodeToString(String phrase, int baseN)
      {
           
                        EncodedString encodedStr;
            encodedStr = new EncodedString("12");
           
           
            return encodedStr;
     
      }


Now for some reason I get the foolowing error:
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CompressionClassV1.java:115: cannot resolve symbol
symbol  : constructor EncodedString (java.lang.String)
location: class EncodedString
                encodedStr = new EncodedString("12");
                             ^
1 error

Process completed.


I can instanciate the object if the constructor is empty, but if I try to pass values, I get this weird error. Anyone know why this is happening

Kommi
Offline kevglass

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2005-02-17 17:14:16 »

You shouldn't have return types on your constructors in EncodedString

Kev

Offline Kommi

Junior Member




All opinions will be lined up and shot!


« Reply #2 - Posted 2005-02-17 18:05:22 »

Thanks Kev, been programming for 20 hours strait, at this point I am missing all of the elemntry stuff.

Kommi
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