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Jeffrey Chandler1,664 Points
How to string a variable and store the random number int
Random randomGenerator = new Random(); int randomNumber = randomGenerator.nextInt(10); String intAsString = randomNumber
Manish Giri16,266 Points
You can use
+ to add
randomNumber with an empty string
"" to convert the number to a string. Since I haven't watched the lecture, I'm assuming that's what the hint is referring to.
You can also box
randomNumber to an
Integer and call the
toString() method on the
Integer object, that should give you a