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Wallnut Jalandhar377 Points
I am entering correct answer, but still it's showing error. Please help me.
Random randomGenerator = new Random(); int randomNumber; randomNumber = randomGenerator.nextInt(0: 9);
Hey mate! I am assuming your trying to create a number between 0 - 9, dont say 0:9 instead just say random.nextInt(9). Hope this helps!
Maciej Czuchnowski36,437 Points
You are looking for a range between 0 and 9. So the proper argument passed to
nextInt() would be 10 - it means basically "one of 10 numbers from 0 and 9".