How are you getting that warning? Is that something from an IDE? It isn't a standard compiler error, and it wouldn't be shown at runtime because calling a method on a reference to null would cause an exception to be thrown. Why does it say, “virtual” when there is no such thing as a virtual method in Java®?
Please tell us which reference seems to point to null.
You have all sorts of other style problems, e.g. variable names starting with Capital Letters, and the multiple dot operators which suggest you aren't marking your fields private.
You don't need the negation operator in line 17; you can use subtraction instead. You probably don't need toString() on something that is text already.
This is the full error I am receiving "Attempt to invoke virtual method 'android.text.Editable android.widget.EditText.getText()' on a null object reference", in terms of other errors all of that is fine.
Why didn't you say it was Android? Android isn't Java®, so those style things are probably all correct.
I shall move you to our Android forum.
But which reference does it say is null? Or a line number please.
Please don't quote the whole of a preceding post; that adds nothing new and is liable to be removed.