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Android Build a Simple Android App (retired 2014) Learning the Language Introduction to Arrays

Nicolo LoGalbo
Nicolo LoGalbo
259 Points

Challenge task 2 of 4

This is for Challenge task 2 of 4 on Android dev.

Not sure where my syntax is off, but it's not accepting this answer:

String [] frogNames = { "Paul", "Mike", "Rob"

            };

String bestFrog = frogNames(0);

2 Answers

Paul Stevens
Paul Stevens
4,125 Points

Hello,

I think the problem is with this line:

String bestFrog = frogNames(0);

You have rounded brackets, but you need square brackets like below:

String bestFrog = frogNames[0];

Hope this helps,

Paul :)

Nicolo LoGalbo
Nicolo LoGalbo
259 Points

Yup that was it. Thanks!