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#1

class Coffee extends Beverage {

public Coffee() {

}
public void addSugar(int cubes) {

System.out.println("You added " + cubes + " sugar cubes.");
}

public static void main(String[] args) {
Coffee myOrder=new Coffee();
myOrder.addSugar(2);
myOrder.isFull();
}
}

Step 1.
Inside of the main method, create a new Coffee object called myOrder.
Question
Did you create the myOrder object within the main method?


#2

Hmm I don't see anything immediately wrong... Is this still causing errors for you?


#3

As far as I can see this exercise is broken. There seems to be quite a few threads about this. I have tried;

Coffee myOrder = new
Coffee myOrder = new Coffee();

Getting really frustrating now


#4

@owenb94
Have you tried a refresh Browser

Always refresh the browser after making corrections:
CTRL f5 ( if on Windows or Linux)
CMD r ( if on a MAC).


#5

3 posts were split to a new topic: I've tried all you hints and tips guys but it does not let me pass on this lesson


#6

class Coffee extends Beverage {

public Coffee() {

}

public void addSugar(int cubes) {

	System.out.println("You added " + cubes + " sugar cubes.");

}

public static void main(String[] args) {

Coffee myOrder=new Coffee();
myOrder.addSugar(2);
myOrder.isFull();

}

}
// it is working for me, try to refresh browser. Good luck!


#7

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