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Illegal start of expression error

 
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I keep getting this error upon compiling and can't see the problem with it.

The error is on line "45: 15"

 
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EntityDef entityDef = cache[anInt56] = = new EntityDef(); There is an extra equal sign between the close of the array and the new operator. It should be EntityDef entityDef = cache[anInt56] = new EntityDef();
 
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