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Thread: Re: Writing Classes Exercises

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    Default Re: Writing Classes Exercises

    i have question about the part 1.6

    The class has the method String showShapes(), which returns a string representation
    for all shapes in the collection or a message “There are no shapes in the collection” if
    the collection is empty.

    How i'am going to solve this ? i couldnt find a solution.

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    Default Re: Writing Classes Exercises

    Please start your own thread in future. This moved to new thread.

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