Man and woman

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Creating classes is easy and fun. Let's feel like the creators of a virtual universe and create Man and Woman classes. They must be declared inside the Solution class and be public static. They need to have "name", "age" and "address" fields. We also need to declare constructors with all possible parameters. Then we will be able to use them to create specific objects.
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6 January, 02:29
My code seemed right, but it failed with a message: Be sure you create two Man objects I needed to download the correct solution and it was a minor mistake. I used the toString() method directly instead of using System.out.println(man/woman); But it is really disorienting that message. The problem isn't related to the objects. Dammit!
Level 20 , Poland
6 October 2020, 21:16
Attention! You have to make 2 objects of each type. It means: 2 Man objects and 2 Woman objects. And each object has to use the constructor with three variables..
Karas Java Developer
31 August 2020, 19:02
Make sure you create the objects USING the contructors.
Chakshu Gupta
Level 9 , Delhi, India
2 May 2020, 15:36
Can you help me what I am doing wrong?
Level 25
1 February 2020, 19:43
Thank you for teaching me how to use the toString() method.
Jaime Padilla
Level 22 , Chandler, United States
26 April 2021, 04:51
You're awesome
oli blaustrom
Level 18 , Luzern, Switzerland
13 December 2019, 18:18
Attention! Note that "" the quotes have a space between them. That's super unclear. It looked like empty strings.
Level 22 , Austin, United States
20 October 2019, 00:38
Great lesson to bring all the Level 5 ideas together!
Muhammad Vahhaaj
Level 19 , Rawalpindi, Pakistan
11 June 2019, 15:42
I have a question. If we can create our own String representation method to return a string for an object,i.e, getObjecttoString(); then what is so special about toString() that we have to override it then implement it similar as the above mentioned method to return the String. I mean as far as I can see there is no special reason to use toString() as it functions the same. So what makes toString() special and why should it be used?
Vikrat Rana
Level 8 , Ludhiana, India
2 October 2018, 05:10
can anyone tell me where am i doing wrong??
Level 41
2 October 2018, 06:20
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