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Default Help with Functions

Here is the my code but I get an error saying "An object reference is required for the nonstatic field, method, or property Getname.function1(string, string" HELP!!!! :)
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Brad



class Getname
      {



            public static void Main(string[] args)
            {



                  Console.WriteLine("Please enter your first and last name with one space");
                  string userName = Console.ReadLine();

                  Console.WriteLine(" ");

                  char[] separator = {' '};
                  string[] fullName;


                  fullName = userName.Split(separator);

                  string firstName = fullName[0];
                  string lastName = fullName[1];

                  char[] firstLetter = firstName.ToCharArray();

                  function1 (fullName[1], fullName[0]);
                  function2 (firstLetter[0], fullName[1]);



            }

            public void function1 (string lastName, string firstName)
            {
                  Console.WriteLine("{0}", lastName + ", " + firstName);
            }

            public void function2( char firstLetter, string lastName)
            {
                  Console.WriteLine("{0}", firstLetter + "." + " " + lastName);
            }






      }

}


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Quick $0.02:
Maybe you should have a constructor for Getname, and have your Main call it
( Getname gn = new Getname(); in the Main routine).
I think the problem is that function1 is a Method (i.e. a member) of Getname, and in truth it is a non-static member. Thus, you are able to call function1 (and function2) only if you have an instance of Getname. So
 Getname gn = new Getname();
 gn.function1("foo", "bar");
should work.

HTH,
Olorin
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