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Was This Post Helpful? 0 Back to top MultiQuote Quote + Reply #3 JimmyDean New D.I.C Head Reputation: 0 Posts: 9 Joined: 12-October 11 Re: Math.Pow problems Posted 13 November I have checked with JD-GUI and the Libraries do seem to contain the Class and all the Methods, however, Eclipse refuses to see that. Dont know why. How do I input n repetitions of a digit in bash, interactively Is it a fallacy, and if so which, to believe we are special because our existence on Earth seems http://oncarecrm.com/error-cannot/error-cannot-find-symbol.html

Sign up Sign in Can't sign in? That way people don't want to stab their eyes out when trying to help you.+Rep people for helpful posts. Reply With Quote 07-09-2011,07:13 PM #3 jmanv888 Member Join Date Jul 2011 Here's the entire program: public class MyTest { public static void main(String args[]) { double x = Math.abs(4); System.out.println(x); } } When I try to compile it, jGRASP says, "Math.java:5: error: Thanks! http://stackoverflow.com/questions/26110617/math-pow-cannot-find-symbol

Can a class instance variable be excluded from a subclass in Java? Subtraction"); System.out.println(" M. Sign up Sign in Can't sign in?

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System.out.println(op1 + " plus " + op2 + " = " + (op1 + op2)); break; case 'S': //subtraction case 's': System.out.println(op1 + "| minus " + op2 + " = Not the answer you're looking for? new code samples recent codes sign in New user? http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19170386/math-abs-reporting-error-cannot-find-symbol don't know my adjectives from my verbs...

SOLVED: I figured it out. Is This A Good Question/Topic? 0 Back to top MultiQuote Quote + Reply Replies To: Math.Pow problems #2 GregBrannon D.I.C Lover Reputation: 2250 Posts: 5,340 Joined: 10-September 10 Re: Math.Pow I will have to keep naming in the back of my head now so I dont do anything like that again. Can a class instance variable be excluded from a subclass in Java?

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I didn't even realized I did that. weblink My math students consider me a harsh grader. in Computer Science from U.C. That just makes the code confusing for the reader.

And When I compile I get warnings as such: [javac] /home/wolf/Projects/Robot-Java-2013/src/org/usfirst/frc2583/Teleop.java:21: error: cannot find symbol [javac] motor_right = Math.pow(motor_right, 2); [javac] ^ [javac] symbol: method pow(double,int) [javac] location: class Math [javac] Log in with Facebook fork download copy esc to close /* package whatever; // don't place package name! */import java.util.*;import java.lang.*;import java.io.*;/* Name of the class has to be "Main" only more hot questions question feed lang-java about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation navigate here So Java thinks you're attempting to call your own abs method that doesn't exist.

I had been trying a few different things when I finally gave up (top, bottom, payment). http://www.wbrobotics.com/javadoc/java/lang/Math.html I will just have to grab the classes I need out of the library. Call your class something else, or refer to Math.abs with a fully qualified class name: java.lang.Math.abs(4).

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db Reply With Quote 07-09-2011,07:18 PM #5 dlorde Senior Member Join Date Jun 2008 Posts 339 Rep Power 9 You are trying to use a method from the library class called A power source that would last a REALLY long time Physically locating the server Tenant claims they paid rent in cash and that it was stolen from a mailbox. Reply With Quote 07-09-2011,07:24 PM #6 jmanv888 Member Join Date Jul 2011 Posts 4 Rep Power 0 You guys are awesome! Posted By smithaprabhind (0 replies) 10-07-2016, 02:55 PM in Advanced Java
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I really appreciate it a lot! I can't figure out what I'm missing. Was This Post Helpful? 0 Back to top MultiQuote Quote + Reply #4 pbl There is nothing you can't do with a JTable Reputation: 8374 Posts: 31,956 Joined: 06-March 08 his comment is here I am trying to do a program for the interest rate on a car.

Have you by any chance declared your own class named 'Math'? –Jeroen Vannevel Oct 31 '13 at 2:20 2 Is there a method that accepts double,int? asked 3 years ago viewed 2130 times active 3 years ago Get the weekly newsletter! That did it. –user2146821 Oct 3 '13 at 23:05 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote You could also try: public class MyTest { public static void main(String args[]) { Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Math.pow— cannot find symbol?

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This can't be the problem. –David Wallace Oct 31 '13 at 2:26 | show 2 more comments active oldest votes Know someone who can answer? java math jgrasp share|improve this question edited Oct 3 '13 at 22:55 asked Oct 3 '13 at 22:41 user2146821 879 2 Why are you abs-ing a constant in the first