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I'm almost done with this. Now, when I choose to display the contacts, I'm getting . I believe it's picking the right contact, just not showing me what I want to see. I'm guessing there's some method or something small that I'm missing. Any help would be appreciated.

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Contacts class:


Personal Contacts Class:


Business Contacts class:
 
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Jayden,
If you implement the toString() method in the Contacts class, it will output human readable information. For example:

 
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That was a heck of a lot easier than what I was trying to do. Thanks so much for helping out!
 
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