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Cannot be resolved to a type

 
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Hello,

This is part of a larger program, i do not understand the error message i get in line 19: "Account1 cannot be resolved to a type" means?

 
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what is "Account1"???
 
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You don't have such a class as an "Account1". You do have "Account". But beside that, you cannot instantiate inner class in this way.
Check here (<- link) for more details.
 
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Figured it out, thanks. I mistakenly made a class inside the public class (probably this inner class you're talking about) which was unecessary.
 
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