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Brian Jones
Brian Jones
715 Points

I still need help it gives me a error when I put in the following code?

Random randomGenerator = new Random(); int randomNumber = randomGenerator.nextInt(30); String myString = Integer.toString(someInt);

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Stone Preston
Stone Preston
42,016 Points

the code I gave you was just an example. not the real answer to the challenge. the challenge states:Declare a String variable named intAsString. Convert the randomNumber integer to a String value and store it in the intAsString variable. Hint: Use the toString() method of the Integer class.

so your string variable needs to be named intAsString, not someString. also you need to use the integer you have already defined as randomNumber as the argument for your toString method call.