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Posted 27 Sep 2012Ty Ser. I get it.
Posted 27 Sep 2012Opps. Sorry. My mistakes. But what should be my main if i would find and count same coin in my purse?
Posted 27 Sep 2012Why don't you simply declare your
class Purse extends ArrayList<Coins>
You won't need your method add() and count() anymore
As far as you getMaximum() method is concerned, don't see why it wouldn't work
and it will be a lot simpler if Purse extended ArrayList<Coin>
How could i do that?
Posted 26 Sep 2012Ty for your time Ser. I reaallly appreciate it.
Posted 18 Sep 2012Ah, now I see, change my proposal to
coins = new ArrayList<Coin>();
private ArrayList coins; //Is normally placed above the constructors of the class, hence I missed this //to private ArrayList<Coin> coins;
due to type safety (Explained in my last edit of my last post)
i did the change. Nothing happen. That's i go back to my old codes. Ty for the time ser.
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