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The_User_Clicked_A_Button_Called.Start_Data_Command_04();
This statement is telling the compiler that you have a static method called Start_Data_Command_04 in the class The_User_Clicked_A_Button_Called. Plainly, from the definition of this method, this is not right - this method is actually an instance method. So, you either have to declare an instance of The_User_Clicked_A_Button_Called using new The_User_Clicked_A_Button_Called().userClicked.Start_Data_Command_04(); or you have to add the static modifier to Start_Data_Command_04.

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