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Thread: .'class' expected - what to do?!?! URGENT

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    Exclamation .'class' expected - what to do?!?! URGENT

    hi guys, this is my code:

    public class appl
    {
    public static void main( String args[])
    {
    For(int i=0;i<=25;i++)
    int = 25;
    {
    System.out.print1n("the cost of the apples is #304.25");
    }
    }



    when i compile it, it keeps saying .'class' expected?? what do i do?!

    R x thanks in advance


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    Default Re: .'class' expected - what to do?!?! URGENT

    The for statement isn't capitalized for one.

    For another, you need a {
    after the for statement

    third, you have a bracket after that statement
    int =25;

    Oh, also, you can't do

    int = 25;

    int is a variable type.

    int someName = 25 is valid.

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    Default Re: .'class' expected - what to do?!?! URGENT

    public class aappless
    {
    public static void main( String args[] )
    {
    For(int=y=0;y<=25;y++)
    {
    System.out.print1n("the cost of the apples is #304.25");
    }
    }



    sorry thats the coding, not the one in top!!

    sorry i didnt seem to understand what u meant?

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    Default Re: .'class' expected - what to do?!?! URGENT

    int = y =0 is invalid. int y =0 works

    Also, once again, the for is not capitalized.

    Also, you're missing an ending bracket at the end for your class.

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    Default Re: .'class' expected - what to do?!?! URGENT

    Done it got it! thank you!

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    Default Re: .'class' expected - what to do?!?! URGENT

    Quote Originally Posted by javapenguin View Post
    you need a { after the for statement
    No you don't.
    you have a bracket after that statement int =25;
    Placing a bracket there is perfectly fine as long as there was a matching closing bracket.

    The code might not do what is expected but would compile and run.
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