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please help me

 
VIGNESHWAR VISWANATHAN
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public final class Flaw
{
int age=7;
String name="Bala";
}
class Dflaw extends Flaw
{
public int method()
{
System.out.println("Enter the age=" + age);
System.out.println("Enter the String="

+name);
}}
public static void main(String[] args)
{
Flaw f=new Flaw;
f.age;
f.name;
}
I do not know what is wrong in this ..please post
 
Michael Dunn
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the compiler tells you what is wrong.



are there some parts you do not understand?
 
Burkhard Hassel
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Howdy, cowboys!

First, class Flaw must not be final. Otherwise it cannot be extended.

Second, there are several brackets }} at the wrong places.
To avoid this, use propper indentation of your code. The indentation is visible on the Ranch only if you use the - tag when posting. Do this.

Third: method method is declared to return an int but doesn't.

Number four, with f.name and f.age you are referring to variables but you don't assign anything to it. This is also not possible.

Number five: Your user name should not be in uppercase letters.

By the way: The compiler only shows one error in the first place (15: 'class' or 'interface' expected).
This cryptic message comes from one of the misplaced brackets in the line before. If you remove this error and resave, compiler will tell you more errors.


Yours,
Bu.
 
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