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I'm faced with those two error messages while compilation for the simple class in which I'm declaring an array. Please advices why is it so.

Errors:
Description Resource Path Location Type
Syntax error on token ";", { expected after this token TwentyOneGame.java /TwentyOneGame/src line 15 Java Problem
Syntax error, insert "}" to complete ClassBody TwentyOneGame.java /TwentyOneGame/src line 24 Java Problem

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Other than declarations, all other types of statements must be within an initializer, constructor, or method.

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True. It's fine now:

 
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I cannot fully explain why your getting the errors that your getting, but I can
make what your doing work. Maybe someone in the membership is willing to
give a detailed explanation. Here is what I tried, which works BTW on my
machine.

HTH,
Jeff.


 
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....and there you have it, thank to Henry.
How could this have worked utilizing the default constructor though?

 
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Well, then I've changed the method to constructor
 
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Actually you had no method at all.
 
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In the third post there was method dec.
 
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Sorry OP, there was a dec.

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