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Thread: Error of "cannot find symbol"

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    Awesome lol what about the print line for the calculator class? That way if the input yields a result with
    More than 2 decimal places it will round off to the hundredths

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    thanks for your guys help. i think i finally understand if statements this class is the toughest class i am in and thank godness its the only programming class i have to take :-D. this is quite the learning adventure i am on.

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    i think we can put this one in the solved files

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    Quote Originally Posted by big_c View Post
    thanks for your guys help. i think i finally understand if statements this class is the toughest class i am in and thank godness its the only programming class i have to take :-D. this is quite the learning adventure i am on.
    Cool. Don't worry, you'll pick up Java in no time!

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    That is because there actually is no method getPay()? I'm not sure. I'm a beginner myself. But note that you can never run/compile programs from a flash drive. I don't know why, perhaps JavaPF would know better.

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    Oh my apologies - I replied to the last post on the first page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jchang504 View Post
    That is because there actually is no method getPay()? I'm not sure. I'm a beginner myself. But note that you can never run/compile programs from a flash drive. I don't know why, perhaps JavaPF would know better.
    Yes Jchang504, this has already been solved. The issue was that he renamed the getPay method.

    I am not sure why you cannot compile programs from a Flash drive. I have never tried before.
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