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Posted on 1998-11-23
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Hello,

  Consider the following code.

import javlib.in.*;

class testforss1
{
            testforss1()
            {
                  prt.disp("ur in the base class");
            }
}
      
class testforss
{
            private testforss1[] t1 = new testforss1[10];
            private int x;

            testforss()
            {
                  System.out.println("Its okay");
            }
            Random rand = new Random();
            int x1 = rand.nextInt();
            
            System.out.println("The output is " + (int)x1);
            public static void main(String[] args)
            {
                        testforss[] t = new testforss[1];
                        System.out.println("The length is " + t.length);
            }
}

I am just trying to print the variable x1 when i compile this code it is saying the following error

C:\SSLIB\testforss.java:23: Type expected.
            System.out.println("The output is " + (int)x1);
                               ^
1 error
Finished

What might be the error??

regards
Nature
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heyhey_ earned 20 total points
ID: 1228036

in the object definition you can have
-) field definitions (that is  Random rand = new Random(); )
-) method definitions (that is public void main(String[] args) {})
but not random pieces of code.

the error that you receive

>> C:\SSLIB\testforss.java:23: Type expected.
>> System.out.println("The output is " + (int)x1);

means that comiler is expecting another field or method definition, not a code ...

so - you must put this code in your constructor or some other method ...

hope this helps
  heyhey

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by:nature
ID: 1228037
Yep it works thanks

nature
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