nested methods

public class enter{
        public static void main(String[] args){

                doNothing do = new doNothing();
        }
}
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public class doNothing{
        public static String doThing(){ // not sure if this is correct

                sayHello say = new sayHello();
                return say;
        }
}
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public class sayHello{
        public static void sayNow{

                System.out.println("Hello");
        }
}


how do i make the code such that i could print the word "Hello" via something like "do.doThing().sayHello()"
in the main method? Thanks
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expertmbCommented:
public class enter{
        public static void main(String[] args){

                doNothing Do = new doNothing();
                Do.doThing();
        }
}

class doNothing{
        public void doThing(){ // not sure if this is correct

                sayHello say = new sayHello();

                say.sayNow();
        }
}

class sayHello{
        public void sayNow(){
                System.out.println("Hello");

        }
}
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expertmbCommented:
do.doThing().sayHello()
should be
do.doThing().sayNow()
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expertmbCommented:
public class enter{
        public static void main(String[] args){

                doNothing Do = new doNothing();
                Do.doThing().sayNow();
                sayHello.sayNow();
        }
}

class doNothing{
        public sayHello doThing(){
                return new sayHello();
        }
}

class sayHello{
        public static void sayNow(){
                System.out.println("Hello");

        }
}
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expertmbCommented:
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