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

Aaslin Sathrak
Aaslin Sathrak
Courses Plus Student 426 Points


Create a new int variable named randomNumber. Use the randomGenerator variable and its nextInt() method to get a random number. Do not set a range.

Random randomGenerator = new Random();
int RandomNumber = RandomGenerator.nextInt()

1 Answer

Mark Sebeck
Mark Sebeck
Treehouse Moderator 37,329 Points

Hi Aaslin. You are close. You have 2 typos that are causing syntax errors.

  1. You forgot the ; after your second statement 2 you created randomGenerator but then tried to use it as RandomGenerator. Those names are case sensitive and need to be exactly the same. Good luck and keep learning!