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Using a final double variable in java [closed]

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“grade” cannot be resolved to a variable

I have this exercise and the question is how can I solve the error “grade” cannot be resolved to a variable, without declare it in the class teacher. I suppose is the only error in my code. It is evident for me WHY then in my output only the grade variable is not assigned, but I don’t know HOW to

Is the Kotlin term “mutable” wrong?

The way I understood things is that the word “variable” referred to the capability of a reference to be reassigned. “constant” meant a reference cannot be reassigned. Essentially the difference between final or not in Java. To me “mutability” meant the ability to modify the REFERAND/OBJECT itself, not its reference. I.E. the object being referenced. But Kotlin doesn’t prevent that.

Errorin update variable [closed]

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what is “def” in Java class

Currently, I am using RestAssured for API automation in my project. As we know, it is a Java Project. When I look at the code of class named “TestSpecificationImpl” in Rest-Assured API. I can see that, it is using methods like: I heard about the concept of local variable type inference in java. But it is a concept of Java