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Well, I'm not sure if this would cause it or not, but you don't have a constructor in game that has no arguements but that is what you are calling in that line. If that's not it, I'm out of ideas.
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Thanks Matt that worked. I got the program running but it was not running the way it should be so I made some changes to the test class and now I am running into some other troubles.
I am getting a can not resolve symbol that points to the varibale tries: System.out.println ("You threw " + tries + " times and you won " + userplay.getHits()); I think I am getting the error because of the scope of the varibale tries, but I am not sure how to fix it....what do you all think? Thanks Stacey [ July 10, 2003: Message edited by: Stacey ]
declare and intialize the tries variable outside the if condition like int tries =0; and inside the if condition replace the line int tries = Integer.parseInt(JOptionPane.showInputDialog( "How many times would you like to play the with tries = Integer.parseInt(JOptionPane.showInputDialog( "How many times would you like to play the This will surely solve the cannot resolve symbol problem. I hope this helps. Good Luck sj
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