Go--Yourself jps, thanks Greg!
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Go--Yourself jps, thanks Greg!
We could help with some code to work with. Show the Vehicle class and any other code you've written to add, remove, and display Vehicle instances.
Welcome to the forum.
Please post the problematic code on the forum and not as an attachment.
Be more specific about what you mean "how I can remove a vehicle from my program" because my answer to that question is "delete it".
I had it attached as a zip, because I was having trouble displaying it, but its up now.
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I put it up as a zip if anyone wanted to run it for themselves, and I was having trouble displaying it, as I'm new here what is the facility for attachments for?
What ways have you tried to remove a vehicle? If it's in the code you've posted, please point to it. If not, please show what you've tried. I don't see a menu option for removing a vehicle so am confused about what you're asking for help with. Provide similar details for your second question about showing the vehicle's details. Giving a sample of the actual and desired outputs is always helpful.
Do not get in the habit of creating String objects using new as you do here:
String opt1 = new String("1. Add a Vechicle :");
There's no reason to do that and one or two reasons why it's not a good idea.
"show me how I can implement some code to remove a vehicle from my program" is still not a very clear question. Figure out when and under what circumstances the vehicle (which vehicle) will need to be removed. Where will it be removed from? How should it be removed?
Best suggestion I have is (like was said) start out with an idea of when and where in the code it should happen. Create a method to do the job, and call the method in the place(s) you want to remove a vehicle.
Use a println in the method to make sure the method is being called when you want it to. Then work on the code that will "remove" the vehicle. ...what ever "remove" means here
Don't condescend me you ---, all I asked for was some help with my program, attached or not, Some people like to check out programs to see if anything in them helps with their question..so I would appreciate an Apology. As for my program I figured it out for myself and your comments didn't really help. I guess that's why all the big company's come to Ireland, because in the long run we are just better programmers. Should not be a Mod = new (mod);
Was it something I said?
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