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  1. Re: Whats wrong with my java code? I really need help!

    You need to read the documentation for all the methods in that statement and see what they do, what values they return etc.
    As I said before you need to break that chain of method calls up into...
  2. Re: Whats wrong with my java code? I really need help!

    If the MOO constructor takes 2 int variables, Change the code to something like this:

    int secParm =...
  3. Re: Whats wrong with my java code? I really need help!

    What parameters does the MOO class's constructor take?
    Code the call to that constructor with single variables for each parameter. Remove all the rest of the method calls from the constructor.
    For...
  4. Re: Whats wrong with my java code? I really need help!

    Simplify your code removing the following from the constructor call.

    Do those method calls one by one.
  5. Re: Whats wrong with my java code? I really need help!

    The chained code that you wrote used .s to connect the value returned by one method to connect to the next method. You have left them out when you put the method calls on separate lines. Put the .s...
  6. Re: Whats wrong with my java code? I really need help!

    Add the ending ) at the just before the ;
    Break the statement up into several short simple statements like I suggested before.
  7. Re: Whats wrong with my java code? I really need help!

    This is not complicated. You need to find where the missing ) is. Starting on the left find a ( and then move to the right end and find its pairing ).

    Break your long statement up into a bunch of...
  8. Re: Whats wrong with my java code? I really need help!

    If your editor does not have the pair finding tool, you can use your eyeballs.
    Edit the line in question and put each section up to an ending ) on a line by itself and scan the lines for the correct...
  9. Re: Whats wrong with my java code? I really need help!

    Please copy and paste here the full text of the error messages that you get from the compiler.

    Some editors have tools for finding the ending char of an pair of () or {}.
    Put the cursor on the...
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