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

Michael Vicente
Michael Vicente
Courses Plus Student 408 Points

Declare an int variable

String[] frogNames = { "coqui", "fred", "king"}; String bestFrog = "coqui";

int numberOfFrogs = ?.nextInt(frogNames.length); what I'm missing?

3 Answers

william parrish
william parrish
13,774 Points

frogNames.length naturally returns a integer, without you having to do any sort of conversions or casting.

Therefore you probably want something more like:

int numberOfFrogs = frogNames.length;

Give it a try,