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Java Java Annotations Using Java's Built-In Annotations The @SuppressWarnings Annotation - "static"

Tojo Alex
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Tojo Alex
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Simply...

...what is wrong?

Main.java
public class Main {
  @SuppressWarnings
  public static void main(String[] args) {

    // Store some important names in the history of computing
    String[] names = {"Babbage","Lovelace","Hopper","Gosling"};

    // Create a String
    String str = new String();

    // Join the list of names into a single string,
    // separated by commas
    String commaSeparated = str.join(",",names);
    System.out.println(commaSeparated);
  }    
}

2 Answers

Jennifer Nordell
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Jennifer Nordell
Treehouse Teacher

Hi there! Simply put, you forgot to tell it what you want to suppress warnings for. Check 4:20 of the preceding video for your answer. But I will give an additional hint: you are missing a pair of parentheses and a string after the @SuppressWarnings :smiley:

Hope this helps! :sparkles: