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the problem is, the Enum monthEnum and Enum weekEnum cannot be resolve to a variable. Is there any way to troubleshoot the problem ?
means that, the problem is i cannot resolve in the main class (monthEnum.APRILand weekEnum.MONDAY)

error Code:


Expression Class


my main class
 
amir asyraf
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the answer is:
you need to put the reference class code such as : BasicExpression.monthEnum.APRIL


amir asyraf wrote:the problem is, the Enum monthEnum and Enum weekEnum cannot be resolve to a variable. Is there any way to troubleshoot the problem ?
means that, the problem is i cannot resolve in the main class (monthEnum.APRILand weekEnum.MONDAY)

error Code:


Expression Class


my main class

 
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If you put the enums each in their own file then you could use them without that leading name.
 
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In Java the "enum" is very much like a class definition and therefore, as Carey says, should start uppercase.

 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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