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No, that's just a typo in my posting.

Posted by Christian Schmitt on December 08, 2000 at 3:19 AM

> A very small mistake you are doing is declaring variable b as a parameter of method f as well as an object of class B. So just change one of the variable name and you are fine.

> public void f(String s, boolean b){
> B b = new B(s,b); // Duplicate b
> ...
> }

> Change To

> public void f(String s, boolean b){
> B b1 = new B(s,b); // Duplicate b
> ...
> }



sorry, but as i said in the headline, this is a typo in my posting, not in my original code. As you could have guessed because as i said, my code works if i declare B public, and because of the compiler-error i get if B is declared protected.
Maybe you can help me though?



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