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GuessGame- 2 of my methods cannot be resolved to a variable or is not a field

 
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Hello, I am new to Java. I should note that I did not compile these, which I know how to do but I've been using Eclipse and I realized that it compiles stuff into class files for you. So, I created a new project and each class is a separate .java file, with the .class files already there, but I cannot get rid of these errors. Does the order in which I make the files matter? Or, say if I wrote them all into one file and then realized it needs to be 3 separate, or that all need to be in the same src file (oops)? Already deleted the old stuff... Help!

Here are the errors:

Exception in thread "main" java.lang.Error: Unresolved compilation problems:
random cannot be resolved or is not a field
guessp1 cannot be resolved to a variable
guessp1 cannot be resolved to a variable
guessp2 cannot be resolved to a variable
guessp2 cannot be resolved to a variable
guessp3 cannot be resolved to a variable
guessp3 cannot be resolved to a variable
guessp1 cannot be resolved to a variable
guessp2 cannot be resolved to a variable
guessp3 cannot be resolved to a variable

at GuessGame.startGame(GuessGame.java:25)
at GameLauncher.main(GameLauncher.java:5)


And here is the code:

 
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I skimmed -

You've declared,



But you are using guessp1, guessp2 & guessp3.
 
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Hi Clint,

Check this page > UseCodeTags it is a critical part of code readability.

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I put the code tags in for you this time. Also, break up long lines into shorter one. About 80 characters is a good goal.
 
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