I was working on a project, and was experimenting on integer declarations.
public class Project extends Base implements Colors
private int redCars=0;
super(h, y, 5, 0);
public void test()
Notice that I have the number of
, which is a derivative of
, the private variable located in the imported file. The imported file has made the specific integer private itself and cannot be declared in this class alone. My goal is to get the number of remaining black cars without declaring blackCars from the imported file. The important thing to know is that there are 50
, three of which are declared as
. So, I would like to insert a function that would declare the remaining number of blackCars without putting an exact value, as I will need it as a model to be used for a repeated number of times.
TO put it in a different way, this is a translation of what I would try to do:
Of course, that will not work since I can't add an operator to the data-type alone. Moreover, one possible alternative is just to declare all
, then use a for-statement by counting the
, therefore highlighting the remaining value?
*There may be a glitch or bug in this post.
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