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Thread: This might be the easiest thing to solve.

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    Default This might be the easiest thing to solve.

    And yet, I am lost. I need help making this method work. Everything before the comment was provided by the instructor but the rest of this method is giving me loads of trouble. I am going to try to explain this as best as I can, I am way too new at this
    On this line towards the end..

    out.printBalance(balance);
    I am getting the error "balance cannot be resolved to a variable".

    The printBalance method in the Output class was declared as
    public void printBalance(double balance)

    Here is my code


    public BankAccount handleLogin()
    {
    BankAccount account = null;

    String accountNumber = input.readAccountNumber();
    String pin = input.readPin();
    boolean valid = validateLogin(accountNumber, pin);

    //************************************************** ****
    //Write the if statement that when valid, the beginning
    //balance is read and the account object is created.
    //**************+*********************************** *****

    Output out = new Output();
    if (valid)
    {
    out.printBalance(balance);


    }



    return account;

    }


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    Default Re: This might be the easiest thing to solve.

    When do you declare a variable named balance?
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