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Abid Ramay
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hi all

have started working on classes, i have these two classes in two seperate files -

when initialize the instance of class "mybox.width=30;" - it says 'width cannot be resolved or is not a files'
i am using eclipse, everything works fine in note pad... thanks for your help
Winston Gutkowski
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Abid Ramay wrote:when initialize the instance of class "mybox.width=30;" - it says 'width cannot be resolved or is not a files'

Check your spelling. Compilers are very finicky about things like that.

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Abid Ramay
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@Winston Gutkowski -- ahh cool man, i just made a fool out of myself ;P

cheers
Abid Ramay
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hi again

actually its still the same .. sorry for confusion

thanks
Charles D. Ward
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You have this in your Box class:



And in your other class you have this:

Abid Ramay
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@Charles D. Ward - the mistake is corrected .. i am seeing this abnormal behaviour .. it's gives you an error and if i type it again .. it goes away.

thanks
 
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