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prosper nyamukondiwa656 Points
int randomNumber = randomGenerator.nextInt(10); kept bumming what should l do
use the version of nextInt() that has a parameter that specifies how many numbers to choose from
Random randomGenerator = new Random(); int randomNumber = randomGenerator.nextInt(); int randomNumber = randomGenerator.nextInt(10);
The issue is that you declare the
randomNumber variable twice, which is invalid in Java. The datatype of a variable (
int in this case) should only be used when declaring a variable, when you want to simply change the value of an existing variable it should not be included.
So if you simply remove
int from your third line of code like this:
Random randomGenerator = new Random(); int randomNumber = randomGenerator.nextInt(); randomNumber = randomGenerator.nextInt(10);
Then your code will pass task 3.