Exporting non-public through public api

Exporting non-public through public api

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I’m working on a Slick2D game right now. I’m currently working on a Video class that includes inner lessons (FrameSize, FPS, FullScreen..). But I had an OOD idea to make something similar to System.out.println (). That means I’ll have a public Video class and public static instances of his inner classes, but the Netbeans IDE warns me, “Exporting non-public kind via public API.” So, should I just disregard it and carry on as usual, or would it be nice if you could suggest a solution?
NetBeans alerts you about this because it’s most likely an accidental mistake – why would you want to make the meaning of a field available to anyone without publishing the field’s form, which effectively prevents them from using it?

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I have this code, but I keep getting an error that says “exporting non-public form via public api.” I’m not sure why this happens every time I use getCircleInfo / drawCircle, but it does. Thank you for your assistance.
This was for a project, and while paintComponent() was not needed to run the program in NetBeans, I’m just getting started with Java, so I’m learning the graphics and drawing class functions. What will I use the paintComponent() function for?
Please read the first article in this group, “Read This First,” which includes a link to the tutorials, one of which is the Swing tutorial. At the very least, read it before you try to draw it.
Yes, you did, and then you promptly forgot about it and discussed another issue (related to Swing); this is why I kept asking about it. Don’t add any more issues to the problem pool before you’ve solved the first one (s).
Regarding your other problems, only Classes should be capitalized; move your variables [like Radius to ‘radius’] to lower-case for potential debugging efforts, so in-code references do not mean it is a reference to a static Class.

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As a consequence, the public API would only have two pairs of methods. The reason for this is that I want to make my type hierarchy sealed (much like Scala’s seald classes) and then allow users to instantiate these types through factory methods. So, in a way, we have DSL.
Schedule class, for example, is characterized by calendar fields’ constraints. There are several types of constraints with the NumberSet interface as the root: Range, Singleton, List, and FullSet. We don’t want to make these forms and their interactions with Schedule public. We just need the user’s specifications. As a result, we declare NumberSet to be package-private. We construct a few factory-methods for constraints in the Schedule class:
The principle is sound in and of itself. However, if you render the root form (here: NumberSet) package private, it will not function. Either show the type or replace it with a public interface. The implementation forms themselves should (and can) be kept secret.
Find a client application that allows use of this API. What choices does the client have? Since the type Bar is invisible to any class outside of the package example, it is impossible to declare a variable with that type. It can’t even call public methods on a Bar instance it received from somewhere because it doesn’t know that they exist (it cannot see the class, let alone any members it exposes). As a result, the most a customer can hope for is something along the lines of:

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The steps below can be used by workspace owners and admins to export data from public channels in their workspace. If a Workspace Owner has been granted permission to export data from all networks and communications, they will use these measures to export data from public, private, and direct messages (DMs).
Org owners may request that data from all of their org’s platforms and conversations be exported. They can use the steps below to export data from public channels, private channels, and DMs once this export form is allowed.
Org owners can request that all data from a single user’s conversations be exported. Org Owners may use the steps below to export data from a single user’s conversations once this export form is allowed.
Only org-wide multi-workspace channels and DMs will be included if you want to export data from your entire org in TXT format. Only channel and DM data from that workspace will be included in exports for that workspace.
You can’t pick and choose which channels to export data from. If you intend to import your data into another workspace, you’ll be able to choose the messages and files to move during the process.

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