Originally posted by marc weber:
The code you've posted has:
One misplaced brace. One missing brace. One extra parenthesis. A misspelled class name (twice). A call to a method that doesn't exist.
Originally posted by Arun Kumarr:
I would split it as paras(may be parasites shortened) - kave (may be from kava, a alcoholic drink) - deka(10) - tria 3) - phobia(fear). How do I decipher it,
Is it fear of Drinking kava becuase 13 parasites will attack you?
Okay Ash, what the hell is, paraskavedekatriaphobes?
[ April 15, 2007: Message edited by: Arun Kumarr ]
Originally posted by Ilja Preuss:
There is no string primitive.
You might confuse it with String literals, which are objects, too.
System.out.println("I'm an Object!".length());