Nothing you just provided me with helps me..
I told you how to find the variable:
Find where the contract variable is defined in the player class (Or client class) and that will tell you if it's an object or not.
After you find the variable, if it's an object, it will be clearly defined as one.
Here's an example of a primitive datatype
Different primitive datatypes are:
Here is how an object
would be defined:
However, the word "Object" may be substituted with another class name.
Note: defining a variable as "private" is not the only way to do it. You can define it as public, protected, and some others. There are other modifiers you can use on the variable as well.http://www.tutorialspoint.com/java/java_modifier_types.htm
There's a tutorial talking about different modifiers.
If it is an object, then you will need to provide me with the class for it. You can do so by searching the Object name in windows explorer at the root of your project (Like "src").