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passing methods between java files

 
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I am on android studio and I am trying to use a class method in other java files. I have the classes in the permissionHelper.java file and I am currently trying to reference them in the homePage.java file. I will have to use them in other files too though. With the current code, I get the  "getToastDisplay in permissionHelper cannot be applied to: expected parameters:  actual argument:" error. Anybody know how to solve this issue? Any help is appreciated.

permissionHelper.java :




homePage.java:











 
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java does not work like this.
try to instatiate the method as static in the helperclass, then control you pass the right parameters.
 
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expected parameters:  actual argument:


It would be helpful if you copied the full text of the error message and paste it in your post.

The getToastDisplay method defined in permissionHelper takes arguments.  The code that is trying to call it doesn't provide any arguments.
 
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