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Null Pointer Exception

 
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Hey... I keep getting a null pointer exception and I'm not sure why... I'm attempting to pass an object Person to another class where the object will be stored....

Something like:

storePerson.addPerson(PersonOne);

and the class storePerson has the method

and the addPerson method starts with

public void addPerson(Person PersonOne){


}

So, why am I getting the null pointer?
 
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Oops... My mistake... Forgot to declare the new class... Silly me...
 
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