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Android Build a Simple Android App with Java Basic Android Programming Using the Random Class

Initialize a new Random variable called randomGenerator. Hint: Don't forget to use the new keyword.

please help, how do i go about this ?

RandomTest.java
Random randomGenerator;
int randomNumber = randomGenerator.nextInt();

2 Answers

Hi Joe,

You need to assign a new Random() into the randomGenerator that's provided. At the moment, the code has a Random-sized hole in memory allocated into the variable named randomGenerator; you need to create the new Random and assign it into the variable using an equal sign.

Steve.

Khalid Yousif
Khalid Yousif
2,785 Points

Random randomGenerator = new Random (); just add = new Random (); that is all