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Pleaae learn basic java or learn to express youself clearly!

 

What you say doesnt make sense at all, I'm sorry but we have no clue what you mean at all, usually the lack of understanding and usage of basic terminology means low knowlegde of programming / java :P

Thats why you get told to learn java :)

If you guys dont get it.. then well ya.. try harder...

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Pleaae learn basic java or learn to express youself clearly!

 

What you say doesnt make sense at all, I'm sorry but we have no clue what you mean at all, usually the lack of understanding and usage of basic terminology means low knowlegde of programming / java :P

Thats why you get told to learn java :)

 

I KNOW JAVA

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I think Mr Knows-Java wants to load his class and/or make an object of it, but doesn't think he can do it because it's in a different class.

 

If the above is correct, then:

 

1) Import the package.

2) You can create an object of a class anywhere in you main class, not just your EventHandler load method.

 

If the above helped, then you clearly do not have a good enough knowledge of Java to be modding; so please take Mazetar and luacs' advice and go learn Java.

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I think Mr Knows-Java wants to load his class and/or make an object of it, but doesn't think he can do it because it's in a different class.

 

If the above is correct, then:

 

1) Import the package.

2) You can create an object of a class anywhere in you main class, not just your EventHandler load method.

 

If the above helped, then you clearly do not have a good enough knowledge of Java to be modding; so please take Mazetar and luacs' advice and go learn Java.

 

yep That what I want to do and thx

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I KNOW JAVA

 

.. java basic stuff ..

 

yep That what I want to do and thx

 

I'm sorry, you don't know java when you don't know these things!

Knowing int x = 10;  does not mean you know the basics.

I recommend that you go read up on the fundamentals for java/programming mate.

Else, well keep on, but the road ahead ain't won't be easy without knowing the pure basics of java!

 

If you guys dont get it.. then well ya.. try harder...

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holy shit we created a 14 message thread over how to create an object ?!?!?

 

option 1:

import package.classname

 

classname c = new classname(args);

 

 

option 2 simply

package.classname c = new package.classname(args);

 

and as mazetar said yes this is a HUGE lack of understanding basic java...

how to debug 101:http://www.minecraftforge.net/wiki/Debug_101

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holy shit we created a 14 message thread over how to create an object ?!?!?

 

option 1:

import package.classname

 

classname c = new classname(args);

 

 

option 2 simply

package.classname c = new package.classname(args);

 

and as mazetar said yes this is a HUGE lack of understanding basic java...

 

Thank you for repeating what 2 other people explained.

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HydroBane: his point was more, this is basic java, go learn it!

besides his answer was straight forward :P

 

The point here is that the OP wont read this and wont bother learning java so he will be back later with another java question with his mod, and thats how he will keep going untill he gives up or learns java and I assume the later is not in his interest..

 

If you guys dont get it.. then well ya.. try harder...

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