FAQ: Classes and Objects - Class Members

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Moderators - there is a bug in this exercise.

The following is shown with the correct code:

I recommend going through it to see for yourself.

Here’s some screenshots of my code that generates the “Does Song have public: in it?” error.

When you view the solution it’s the exact same code but works…


If I remove the comment

// methods

it works…

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Unfortunately unhelpful error message. Same happened to me (I didn’t declare the parameter’s type).

Same for me on that exercise… Frustrating as I had it all correct and was staring at it for an hour wondering what I had done wrong.