why this code is showing errors and not compiling please help!!!
Abhisheksharm28 (0)

class Main {
public int addThem(int x,int y) {
return x + y;
}
public double addThem(double x,double y){
return x + y;
}
public class NewAdder{
public static void main(String [] args){
Main a=new Main();
int a=23;
int b=34;
int result=a.addThem(a,b);
double doubleresult=a.addThem(22.4,33.5);

    }
}
}
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blonkm (9)

I solved it for you, see https://repl.it/@blonkm/Abhisheksharm28
Your brackets aren't matching up, static wasn't used properly and a was used twice.
Make sure to always call static methods from static methods, and non-static methods from non-static methods. Then you should be ok.

Abhisheksharm28 (0)

@blonkm thankyou so much for the help.. but why did you used static class after the Main class .. please explain

blonkm (9)

@Abhisheksharm28 I did so because Adder was part of Main and Java told me I can't reference Adder from within like that. This is a limitation of Java. So now I have instead moved Adder to its own file, and removed the static keyword. All is still working, proving you don't need static at all (except for the main method, which is called once and thus needs to be defined as static).