java.lang.Error: Unresolved compilation problems: The method run(float) in the type Demo is not applicable for the arguments (double) The method run(float) in the type Demo is not applicable for the arguments (double)

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    Root Cause Analysis

    1. java.lang.Error

      Unresolved compilation problems: The method run(float) in the type Demo is not applicable for the arguments (double) The method run(float) in the type Demo is not applicable for the arguments (double)

      at test.Demo.main()
    2. test
      Demo.main
      1. test.Demo.main(Demo.java:6)
      1 frame