and for all for em it says: cannot find symbol constructor. This is due this coming tuesday! :( i'd appreciate any helpful replies, thanks!
leo_of_gng wrote:The Preview tab will tell you if it works or not.
im sorry, i thought i did (i pressed the "CODE" button but i guess that didnt work)
but this code is real similar with the one my instructor gave us..i dont see the difference between his and mine. Also, it doesnt say anything about my AirlineReservation nor my HotelReservation..just the CarReservation one...and there's nothing different about them...as far as i know at least..The error locations will likely tell you where the code is different. Use these important messages to your advantage.
DarrylBurke wrote:Same. I just wanted to make sure that they weren't trying to exclude me!r-etc... are you also having difficulties signing on to the java-forums.org?I just got a database error trying to open the home page http://java-forums.org/
leo_of_gng wrote:Post the constructor of the CarReservation class that you are trying to call from your code.
yep there's four for CarReservation, four for AirlineReservation, and four for HotelReservation. Both Airline and Hotel have their parameters in the same order, CarReservation wasn't...so i thought that must be why only CarReservation has those errors...so i put them all in the same order...but i still have the same error...