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Create a String variable named intAsString. Convert the randomNumber integer to a String value and store it in the intAs
Random randomGenerator = new Random(); int randomNumber = randomGenerator.nextInt(10) + 1; String fact = randomNumber + ""; intAsString = Integer.toString(randomNumber + "");
The issue is with your last line. You have converted
randomNumber to a string by adding the
"" empty string to it. So, you can just assign that into
String intAsString = randomNumber + "";
That passes the challenge. Note, that I declared the
String data type prior to the variable name. To use the class method that you have tried to, you need to pass it an
int. As above, you've converted your
int to a
String already. So, omit the
+ "" and just pass in the variable:
String intAsString = Integer.toString(randomNumber);
Again, the data type is required to define the variable correctly.
I hope that makes sense,