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overriding help

Rob Michaelson
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I need to overide the AViewA (differnet class than the one below called MyScene) with get and set Color> (public Color getColor() ) and >(public void setColor(Color c)).

I am not sure how it works or where to put it
Ernest Friedman-Hill
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Note that I have no idea whatsoever what "dlibrary.AViewA" is, although I don't think I need to to answer this.
Right before the closing brace, you want to have something like

You don't say -why- you want to override these methods, so I can't tell you what to put in place of the "// More code here" comments, but it's a start.

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Rob Michaelson
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Thank you for your reply!
AViewA is a typo sorry
would my own code be something like changing the ARectangle or ARectangle.setColor (rgb); ??
Rob Michaelson
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Hello again
so far I have this override:

Any help would be greatly appreciated
I agree. Here's the link:
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