Oh. That's cool. I've tried that but when I connect it to port 8545 it isn't showing the account that I have in the Wallet, I've also tried 30303 but it isn't working as well. I don't know what port the Ethereum Wallet uses. Do you happen to know what port it uses?
I got the code to compile and put the values in the parameters of the Shareholders Association in the constructor so I can execute the bytecode without the need to enter parameters in the GUI. Now, in the GUI when I watched the contract, there's the Check proposal code and it has multiple parameters. However, at the bottom there's this "Code checks out NO" at the bottom. What does this mean? @AyushyaChitransh@MidnightLightning
Another question, why isn't Ethereum Wallet allowing a with decimal places for Ether? 1 ETH = 50 Crowdsale Tokens. Basically, 1 Crowdsale Token = 0.02 ETH. When I enter 0.02 in the etherCostOfEachToken as 0.02, the Ethereum Wallet won't allow me to do so
I made a token on ETH with a supply of 1 million, then I deployed it and it was confirmed but when I checked the supply it came out zero. Then I made another coin with a supply of 10000 and it came out correct with a supply of 10000. Why could this be? And does it cost more gas to deploy a token with a bigger supply or does it not matter?