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Android Build a Simple Android App (retired 2014) Learning the Language Introduction to Arrays

why is it not working

String[]frogNames = {"mike","ben","kris"}; String bestFrog = frogNames[0]; int numberOfFrogs = (frogNames.length); String[]lastFrog = frogNames[3];

What am I doing wrong

1 Answer

Stone Preston
Stone Preston
42,016 Points

here is your error:

String[]lastFrog = frogNames[3];

you currently have that variable declared as an array of strings. It needs to be a string, not an array of strings. you already declared a string variable once before like this:

String bestFrog = frogNames[0];

the format for your last line should be similar to the line above. the index is also incorrect