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I'm running into this compiler error when I compile my solidity code:

error[3419]: TypeError: Cannot call function via contract type name.

Here is my code:

import "MyContract.sol";
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MyContract myContract = new MyContract();
address contractAddress = MyContract.deployContract("SimpleStorage");

What's going on?

MyContract is another contract.

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You have to call a function on an instantiation and not the contract class itself.

Change address contractAddress = MyContract.deployContract("SimpleStorage"); -> address contractAddress = myContract.deployContract("SimpleStorage");

You want to use the variable name, not the class name.

For me, it was as simple as changing the case since the names were so similar:

myContract

vs

MyContract

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