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I don't know what to type here?

Having trouble while typing this as I don't get what to typer there?

Color.java
blue String myName = "Ahmer" ;

1 Answer

Iain Diamond
Iain Diamond
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blue String myName = "Ahmer" ;

The syntax in Java is

'type of variable' 'variable name' = 'variable value' and then the final semi-colon ';'

So, we can see your example should read:

String myName = "Ahmer" ;  // Type Name = Value;

Hope this helps. iain