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Thread: String[] and Int[]

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    Question String[] and Int[]

    this is the first time ive ever attempted this.

    heres my code:

    	for (Player p: new Player) {
    	public static int[p.pkr] String[] pvpRank = { 1, "Newbie", 5, "Novice", 10, "Feared", 15, "Mighty", 20, "Respected", 35, "Master", 50, "Legondary"};
    	}

    heres my error

    .\palidino76\rs2\Config.java:15: illegal start of type
            for (Player p: new Player) {
            ^
    .\palidino76\rs2\Config.java:15: ')' expected
            for (Player p: new Player) {
                         ^
    .\palidino76\rs2\Config.java:15: illegal start of type
            for (Player p: new Player) {
                           ^
    .\palidino76\rs2\Config.java:15: ';' expected
            for (Player p: new Player) {
                                     ^
    .\palidino76\rs2\Config.java:16: illegal start of expression
            public static int[p.pkr] String[] pvpRank = { 1, "Newbie", 5, "Novice",
    10, "Feared", 15, "Mighty", 20, "Respected", 35, "Master", 50, "Legondary"};
            ^
    .\palidino76\rs2\Config.java:16: illegal start of expression
            public static int[p.pkr] String[] pvpRank = { 1, "Newbie", 5, "Novice",
    10, "Feared", 15, "Mighty", 20, "Respected", 35, "Master", 50, "Legondary"};
                   ^
    .\palidino76\rs2\Config.java:16: ';' expected
            public static int[p.pkr] String[] pvpRank = { 1, "Newbie", 5, "Novice",
    10, "Feared", 15, "Mighty", 20, "Respected", 35, "Master", 50, "Legondary"};
                         ^
    .\palidino76\rs2\Config.java:16: illegal start of expression
            public static int[p.pkr] String[] pvpRank = { 1, "Newbie", 5, "Novice",
    10, "Feared", 15, "Mighty", 20, "Respected", 35, "Master", 50, "Legondary"};
                             ^
    .\palidino76\rs2\Config.java:16: ';' expected
            public static int[p.pkr] String[] pvpRank = { 1, "Newbie", 5, "Novice",
    10, "Feared", 15, "Mighty", 20, "Respected", 35, "Master", 50, "Legondary"};
                               ^
    .\palidino76\rs2\Config.java:16: not a statement
            public static int[p.pkr] String[] pvpRank = { 1, "Newbie", 5, "Novice",
    10, "Feared", 15, "Mighty", 20, "Respected", 35, "Master", 50, "Legondary"};
                                ^
    .\palidino76\rs2\Config.java:16: ';' expected
            public static int[p.pkr] String[] pvpRank = { 1, "Newbie", 5, "Novice",
    10, "Feared", 15, "Mighty", 20, "Respected", 35, "Master", 50, "Legondary"};
                                   ^
    11 errors
    Press any key to continue . . .

    idk if what im trying to do is self explanatory or not but here it is in a nut shell

    im trying to make an outprint like "You are a "+pvpRank+" pker" what the rank is (newbie, novice, ect.) is defined by what ever "pkr" equals. So if pkr = 1 then the outprint would be "You are a Newbie pker".

    I know i could use if statements but those can take up a lot of space and look sloppy


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    Default Re: String[] and Int[]

    check this tutorial out and you may see what your doing wrong.

    for each loops

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    Default Re: String[] and Int[]

    got it 3 errors left.

    .\palidino76\rs2\Config.java:15: ']' expected
            public static int[Engine.Player.pkr] String[] pvpRank = { 1, "Newbie", 5
    , "Novice", 10, "Feared", 15, "Mighty", 20, "Respected", 35, "Master", 50, "Lego
    ndary"};
                              ^
    .\palidino76\rs2\Config.java:15: ';' expected
            public static int[Engine.Player.pkr] String[] pvpRank = { 1, "Newbie", 5
    , "Novice", 10, "Feared", 15, "Mighty", 20, "Respected", 35, "Master", 50, "Lego
    ndary"};
                                    ^
    .\palidino76\rs2\Config.java:15: <identifier> expected
            public static int[Engine.Player.pkr] String[] pvpRank = { 1, "Newbie", 5
    , "Novice", 10, "Feared", 15, "Mighty", 20, "Respected", 35, "Master", 50, "Lego
    ndary"};
                                               ^
    3 errors
    Press any key to continue . . .

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    Default Re: String[] and Int[]

    public static int[p.pkr] String[]
    what are you trying to make up here?
    You are stuck with what the java language allows. Arrays can only contain elements of one type.

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    Default Re: String[] and Int[]

    I'm assuming this code is inside of some method? remove the "public static" keywords. They're only used in class/object member declarations.

    Also, you're trying to cram both int data and String data into one array. While it's technically possible, it's recommended against to do it that way. Try creating an object which contains an integer field and a String field, then create an array of that object.

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    ok that makes since. and no its not in any method at all

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