Hello,

I am trying to get this code to work. I am getting an error code on line 38, that I don't understand why. Can anyone help me out. the error code that I am getting is identifier expected.

Thanks,
countrygirl1970

// Displaying multiple strings
import javax.swing.*;                // To use JOptionPane.showInputDialog box
import java.util.Random;             // To use Random number generator
import java.awt.Graphics;            // import class Graphics


public class Assignment5 extends JApplet
{
	Random randomNumbers = new Random();     // Random number generator
	int frequency[] = new int [ 16 ];        // Array of frequency counters
	int totalFrequency = 0;                  // Total of frequencies in the array
	int percentage[] = new int [ 16 ];       // Array of percentage counters
	int totalPercentage = 0;                 // Total of percentages in the array
	
	// Rolling of three dice
	int firstDie = (int) (6 * Math.random ()) + 1;    // Roll one die
	int secondDie = (int) (6 * Math.random ()) + 1;   // Roll second die
	int thirdDie = (int) (6 * Math.random ()) + 1;    // Roll third die
	int totalRoll = firstDie + secondDie + thirdDie;  // Total of the three dice
			
	// Multiply the frequency to 60000 to get the percentage
line 38	percentage = frequency * 60000;			
	
	public void init()
	{
		// Summarize results of 60,000 rolls of the dice
		for ( int totalRoll = 1; totalRoll <= 60000; totalRoll++ )
			++frequency[ 1 + randomNumbers.nextInt (6) ];
					
		// Add each frequency's value to get total
		for ( int counter = 0; counter < array.length; counter++ )
			totalFrequency += array[ counter ];
				
		// Add each percentage's value to get total
        for ( int counterPer = 0; counterPer < array.length; counterPer++ )
        	totalPercentage += array [ counterPer ];
        
        } // end method init
				
        // draw results in a rectangle on applet's background
		public void paint( Graphics g )
		{
			super.paint( g );                 // call class version of method paint
			    	
		   	// draw results as a String
		   	g.drawString( "Sum"  +  "Frequency"  +   "%" , 45, 35);
			    	
		  	// draw line as a String
		  	g.drawLine(10, 55, 100, 55);
			    	
			// draw results as a String
			g.drawString( "3" + frequency + percentage, 45, 75);
			g.drawString( "4" + frequency + percentage, 45, 85);
			g.drawString( "5" + frequency + percentage, 45, 95);
			g.drawString( "6" + frequency + percentage, 45, 105);
			g.drawString( "7" + frequency + percentage, 45, 115);
			g.drawString( "8" + frequency + percentage, 45, 125);
			g.drawString( "9" + frequency + percentage, 45, 135);
			g.drawString( "10" + frequency + percentage, 45, 145);
			g.drawString( "11" + frequency + percentage, 45, 155);
			g.drawString( "12" + frequency + percentage, 45, 165);
			g.drawString( "13" + frequency + percentage, 45, 175);
			g.drawString( "14" + frequency + percentage, 45, 185);
			g.drawString( "15" + frequency + percentage, 45, 195);
			g.drawString( "16" + frequency + percentage, 45, 205);
			g.drawString( "17" + frequency + percentage, 45, 215);
			g.drawString( "18" + frequency + percentage, 45, 225);
			    	
			// draw line as a String
			g.drawLine(10, 245, 100, 245);
			    	
			// draw results as a String
			g.drawString( "Total"     + totalFrequency +    totalPercentage, 45, 265 );
			    	
			}  // end method paint
					  	    			    	
} // end Assignment5

percentage is an array and you do:
percentage = frequency * 60000;

Also I think you have a problem with your brackets (})

public class Assignment5 extends JApplet
{

....
....

// Multiply the frequency to 60000 to get the percentage
line 38	percentage = frequency * 60000;			
	
	public void init()
	{

I see what you were talking about. I went in and changed the names of the arrays and then added two lines to reenforce percentage and frequency. I am still getting the same error code for that line. I have all my brackets in place. Where do you see the problem at.

Thanks,
countrygirl1970

// Displaying multiple strings
import javax.swing.*;                // To use JOptionPane.showInputDialog box
import java.util.Random;             // To use Random number generator
import java.awt.Graphics;            // import class Graphics


public class Assignment5 extends JApplet
{
	Random randomNumbers = new Random();     // Random number generator
	int freq[] = new int [ 16 ];             // Array of frequency counters
	int totalFrequency = 0;                  // Total of frequencies in the array
	int perc[] = new int [ 16 ];             // Array of percentage counters
	int totalPercentage = 0;                 // Total of percentages in the array
	
	// Rolling of three dice
	int firstDie = (int) (6 * Math.random ()) + 1;    // Roll one die
	int secondDie = (int) (6 * Math.random ()) + 1;   // Roll second die
	int thirdDie = (int) (6 * Math.random ()) + 1;    // Roll third die
	int totalRoll = firstDie + secondDie + thirdDie;  // Total of the three dice
			
	// Multiply the frequency to 60000 to get the percentage
	int percentage = 0;
	int frequency = 0;
line 40	percentage = frequency * 60000;			
	
	public void init()
	{
		// Summarize results of 60,000 rolls of the dice
		for ( int totalRoll = 1; totalRoll <= 60000; totalRoll++ )
			++freq[ 1 + randomNumbers.nextInt (6) ];
					
		// Add each frequency's value to get total
		for ( int counter = 0; counter < array.length; counter++ )
			totalFrequency += array[ counter ];
				
		// Add each percentage's value to get total
        for ( int counterPer = 0; counterPer < array.length; counterPer++ )
        	totalPercentage += array [ counterPer ];
        
        } // end method init
				
        // draw results in a rectangle on applet's background
		public void paint( Graphics g )
		{
			super.paint( g );                 // call class version of method paint
			    	
		   	// draw results as a String
		   	g.drawString( "Sum"  +  "Frequency"  +   "%" , 45, 35);
			    	
		  	// draw line as a String
		  	g.drawLine(10, 55, 100, 55);
			    	
			// draw results as a String
			g.drawString( "3" + frequency + percentage, 45, 75);
			g.drawString( "4" + frequency + percentage, 45, 85);
			g.drawString( "5" + frequency + percentage, 45, 95);
			g.drawString( "6" + frequency + percentage, 45, 105);
			g.drawString( "7" + frequency + percentage, 45, 115);
			g.drawString( "8" + frequency + percentage, 45, 125);
			g.drawString( "9" + frequency + percentage, 45, 135);
			g.drawString( "10" + frequency + percentage, 45, 145);
			g.drawString( "11" + frequency + percentage, 45, 155);
			g.drawString( "12" + frequency + percentage, 45, 165);
			g.drawString( "13" + frequency + percentage, 45, 175);
			g.drawString( "14" + frequency + percentage, 45, 185);
			g.drawString( "15" + frequency + percentage, 45, 195);
			g.drawString( "16" + frequency + percentage, 45, 205);
			g.drawString( "17" + frequency + percentage, 45, 215);
			g.drawString( "18" + frequency + percentage, 45, 225);
			    	
			// draw line as a String
			g.drawLine(10, 245, 100, 245);
			    	
			// draw results as a String
			g.drawString( "Total"     + totalFrequency +    totalPercentage, 45, 265 );
			    	
			}  // end method paint
					  	    			    	
} // end Assignment5

First of all this makes no sense:

int percentage = 0;
int frequency = 0;
percentage = frequency * 60000;

And second the above code is written were you declare variables, so you cannot put commands like this there: percentage = frequency * 60000;
This thing needs to go inside a method

Your brackets are OK, that was my mistake

Thank you, I see what you are saying and I am fixing a little at a time. I have taken that statement out. Thanks again.

countrygirl1970

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