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Android Build a Simple Android App with Java Improving Our Code Creating a New Class

Olivia Chai
Olivia Chai
2,732 Points

Help in declaring public class

What am I doing wrong for this exercise Let's create a new class! Start by declaring a new class named PictureBook. Make it public.

This is my code public class PictureBook {}

but am getting a compiler error this is the error JavaTester.java:65: error: illegal start of expression public class PictureBook { ^ 1 error

1 Answer

I'm having the same issue. My code:

public class PictureBook {

}
          ```
Error:
JavaTester.java:65: error: illegal start of expression
      public class PictureBook {
      ^
1 error