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How to add recipe and their ingredients?

 
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Ket Shah wrote:. . . Got rid of those no‑arguments constructors.
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Good. Please also add some spacing to your code; it makes it much easier to read. We have some suggestions here.

What on earth is going on in those loops? There is something very long with if (i == 2) inside a loop. That is not how loops are intended to be written. What is wrong with
 
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Now I am able to print the Recipe and their respective ingredients. I got the basic knowledge how to do it, now will work on creating different method and add validations. Everyone thank you for your help. Special thanks to Liutauras Vilda. You took me nicely and make me understand how things work.

 
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Liutauras Vilda wrote:It could look similar to (it is super simplified and shortened):


<eastern european digression>
Amazing to find someone else who knows Gogol Mogol. My dad (who was Polish) introduced it to us kids when we were nippers - except he called it "Kogol Mogol".

Egg yolks, sugar, and a belt of hooch (Grand Marnier is my favourite) - Was it the same in your family? And my mum used to make meringues or mousse so that the egg whites didn't go to waste.

Planning on making flaczki for Christmas this year too.
</eastern european digression>

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Winston Gutkowski wrote:Amazing to find someone else who knows Gogol Mogol. My dad (who was Polish) introduced it to us kids when we were nippers - except he called it "Kogol Mogol".

Egg yolks, sugar, and a belt of hooch (Grand Marnier is my favourite) - Was it the same in your family? And my mum used to make meringues or mousse so that the egg whites didn't go to waste.

Yes, I can't remember myself when was the last time I tasted it. For sure I had to be around 7. Yes, there are more ways to call it and your dad was correct too calling it Kogol Mogol, nevertheless originaly it used to be written as Гоголь-моголь in russian, so, later on we translated it to own lithuanian language and we got what we got.
Yes, the main ingredients used to be egg yolk and sugar and some other flavours, the rest variations are improvisations balancing around 40 degress, of course back in that time my strongest ingredient I was able to have was egg

Winston Gutkowski wrote:Planning on making flaczki for Christmas this year too.

And that is indeed a good idea, I might steal it from you

Appologies other readers for being out of context of this thread.
 
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Ket Shah wrote:Now I am able to print the Recipe and their respective ingredients.

Well done. Don't forget to use some comments in your final version where these needed (do not overload with them).
 
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