Java Method Call Problems

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/*
* Use Ticket as the superclass. WillCall, eDelivered, and Printed are subclasses Ticket.
* All tickets have event name, date, time, event location, and ticket cost.
* WillCall tickets have booth location attribute.
* eDelivered has an email address attribute.
* Printed has a mailing address.
*
* Write a test application that instantiates at least one of each subclass type and prints the contents.
* Use an overridden toString() method to provide a readable string representation of each subclass instantiated.
*/


When I try to call the methods (Printed, eDelivered, and WillCall) I get the error:

cannot find symbol
symbol: constructor Printed(paramaters)
location: projectname.Printed

and this same error appears in all 3 method calls. the code is as follows:

Main Class
Code:
/*
 * Use Ticket as the superclass. WillCall, eDelivered, and Printed are subclasses Ticket.
 * All tickets have event name, date, time, event location, and ticket cost.
 * WillCall tickets have booth location attribute.
 * eDelivered has an email address attribute.
 * Printed has a mailing address.
 *
 * Write a test application that instantiates at least one of each subclass type and prints the contents.
 * Use an overridden toString() method to provide a readable string representation of each subclass instantiated.
 */

package ph1ipticket;

/**
 *
 * @author Jon and Jessica
 *
 * Instantiate all 3 classes, Printed, eDelivered, and willCall
 * Be sure to call toString() on all 3 object
 */
public class ticketTest {

    
    /**
     * @param args the command line arguments
     */
    public static void main(String[] args) {

       Printed printed = new Printed("Learning Java Techniques Seminar", "January 17, 2011", "12:00:00 a.m.", "Colorado Technical University Online",
               1,500.00, 1800, "Grant Street", "Denver", "CO", 80203);

               System.out.println(printed.toString());

       eDelivered edelivered = new eDelivered("Learning Java Techniques Seminar", "January 17, 2011", "12:00:00 a.m.", "Colorado Technical University Online",
               1,500.00, "javaSeminar@CTUonline.edu" );

               System.out.println(edelivered.toString());

        WillCall willCall = new WillCall ("Learning Java Techniques Seminar", "January 17, 2011", "12:00:00 a.m.", "Colorado Technical University Online",
               1,500.00, "Main Entrance, Suite 800");

               System.out.println(willCall.toString());
         
    }

   }

Super Class (Tickets)

Code:
 /*
 * Use Ticket as the superclass. WillCall, eDelivered, and Printed are subclasses Ticket.
 * All tickets have event name, date, time, event location, and ticket cost.
 * WillCall tickets have booth location attribute.
 * eDelivered has an email address attribute.
 * Printed has a mailing address.
 *
 * Write a test application that instantiates at least one of each subclass type and prints the contents.
 * Use an overridden toString() method to provide a readable string representation of each subclass instantiated.
 */

package ph1ipticket;



public class Tickets {

    protected String eventName;
    protected String eventDate;
    protected String eventTime;
    protected String eventLocation;
    protected double ticketCost;

    public Tickets(String eventName, String eventDate, String eventTime, String eventLocation, double ticketCost) {
        this.eventName = eventName;
        this.eventDate = eventDate;
        this.eventTime = eventTime;
        this.eventLocation = eventLocation;
        this.ticketCost = ticketCost;
    }

    public Tickets () {
    }

    public String getEventDate () {
        return eventDate;
    }

    public void setEventDate (String val) {
        this.eventDate = val;
    }

    public String getEventLocation () {
        return eventLocation;
    }

    public void setEventLocation (String val) {
        this.eventLocation = val;
    }

    public String getEventName () {
        return eventName;
    }

    public void setEventName (String val) {
        this.eventName = val;
    }

    public String getEventTime () {
        return eventTime;
    }

    public void setEventTime (String val) {
        this.eventTime = val;
    }

    public double getTicketCost () {
        return ticketCost;
    }

    public void setTicketCost (double val) {
        this.ticketCost = val;
    }
    
    public String toString() {

            return ("eventName= " + eventName +
                   "eventDate= " + eventDate +
                   "eventTime= " + eventTime +
                   "eventLocation= " + eventLocation +
                   "ticketCost= " + ticketCost);
    }
}

Supporting subClasses (Printed, eDelivered, WillCall)

Printed

Code:
 /*
 * Use Ticket as the superclass. WillCall, eDelivered, and Printed are subclasses Ticket.
 * All tickets have event name, date, time, event location, and ticket cost.
 * WillCall tickets have booth location attribute.
 * eDelivered has an email address attribute.
 * Printed has a mailing address.
 *
 * Write a test application that instantiates at least one of each subclass type and prints the contents.
 * Use an overridden toString() method to provide a readable string representation of each subclass instantiated.
 */

package ph1ipticket;


public class Printed extends Tickets {

    private int streetNumber;
    private String streetName;
    private String City;
    private String State;
    private int zipCode;

    public Printed(String eventName, String eventDate, String eventTime, String eventLocation, double ticketCost, int streetNumber, String streetName, String City, String State, int zipCode) {
        super(eventName, eventDate, eventTime, eventLocation, ticketCost);
        this.streetNumber = streetNumber;
        this.streetName = streetName;
        this.City = City;
        this.State = State;
        this.zipCode = zipCode;
    }

     public String toString(){
        return (super.toString() +  "Address= "+ streetNumber + " "+ streetName + "\n " + City + ", " + State + "   " + zipCode + "\n");
    }
     public String getCity () {
        return City;
    }

    public void setCity (String val) {
        this.City = val;
    }

    public String getState () {
        return State;
    }

    public void setState (String val) {
        this.State = val;
    }

    public int getStreetNumber () {
        return streetNumber;
    }

    public void setStreetNumber (int val) {
        this.streetNumber = val;
    }

   public String getStreetName () {
        return streetName;
    }

   public void setStreetName (String val) {
        this.streetName = val;
    }

    public int getZipCode () {
        return zipCode;
    }

    public void setZipCode (int val) {
        this.zipCode = val;
    }

}

eDelivered

Code:
/*
 * Use Ticket as the superclass. WillCall, eDelivered, and Printed are subclasses Ticket.
 * All tickets have event name, date, time, event location, and ticket cost.
 * WillCall tickets have booth location attribute.
 * eDelivered has an email address attribute.
 * Printed has a mailing address.
 *
 * Write a test application that instantiates at least one of each subclass type and prints the contents.
 * Use an overridden toString() method to provide a readable string representation of each subclass instantiated.
 */

package ph1ipticket;


public class eDelivered extends Tickets {

    private String emailAddress;

    public eDelivered(String eventName, String eventDate, String eventTime, String eventLocation, double ticketCost, String emailAddress) {
        super(eventName, eventDate, eventTime, eventLocation, ticketCost);
        this.emailAddress = emailAddress;
    }

    public String toString(){
        return (super.toString() +  "emailAddress= "+ emailAddress);
    }

   
    public String getEmailAddress () {
        return emailAddress;
    }

    public void setEmailAddress (String val) {
        this.emailAddress = val;
    }

}

WillCall

Code:
/*
 * Use Ticket as the superclass. WillCall, eDelivered, and Printed are subclasses Ticket.
 * All tickets have event name, date, time, event location, and ticket cost.
 * WillCall tickets have booth location attribute.
 * eDelivered has an email address attribute.
 * Printed has a mailing address.
 *
 * Write a test application that instantiates at least one of each subclass type and prints the contents.
 * Use an overridden toString() method to provide a readable string representation of each subclass instantiated.
 */

package ph1ipticket;


public class WillCall extends Tickets {

    private String boothLocation;

    public WillCall(String eventName, String eventDate, String eventTime, String eventLocation, double ticketCost, String boothLocation) {
        super(eventName, eventDate, eventTime, eventLocation, ticketCost);
        this.boothLocation = boothLocation;
    }

    public String toString(){
        return (super.toString() +  "Booth Location= "+ boothLocation);
    }

    public String getBoothLocation () {
        return boothLocation;
    }

    public void setBoothLocation (String val) {
        this.boothLocation = val;
    }

}

Can someone please explain why my method calls are not working, I have the constructors in place, and everything seems right to me, but I must be overlooking something simple.

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Answers and Replies

  • #2
iamjon.smith
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A parameter in each of the method calls was off just a bit. I went back through and rewrote the parameters to correctly match the method itself and now it works correctly. NO FURTHER ACTION REQUIRED. THIS THREAD MAY NOW BE CLOSED.
 

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