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    Default not sure what the issue is here

    This is what I have: [JavaScript] My Point - Pastebin.com (Not sure how the forums work with code, but I thought that would be the easiest way to do it.)

    It gives me two errors, both with the parenthesis in the print line.


    C:\Users\Tfence\Desktop\MyPoint.java:51: error: <identifier> expected
    System.out.println(point12distance);
    ........................^
    C:\Users\Tfence\Desktop\MyPoint.java:51: error: <identifier> expected
    System.out.println(point12distance);
    ..............................................^


    I don't see what the issue here is?


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    Lines 50 and 51 looks correct but, where are they supposed to belong to? They are outside of any methods.

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    Default Re: not sure what the issue is here

    1. Use
     your code here
    2. These two statements are not in any of the function, so they must give compile time error. Put these lines in some function.

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