public int deadRobots (int robotCount, boolean robotsAlive)
int deadRobots = 0;
boolean robotsALive = true;
for( int i = 1; i > robotCount; i++ )//a for loop to loop through the array
//inside the for loop
if( robotsALive == false ) //and if statment that says if robotsALive == false
++deadRobots; //increment deadrobots by 1
//return the value of deadRobots outside the for loop
}//end of deadRobots method
That looks like an attempt to test if an array is false, which makes no sense because the array may contain some true and some false values.
Looking at the loop around that statement, I guess you meant to test just the one element of the array, as in
if( robotsALive == false )
ps that can be written more simply as
if ( !robotsALive )
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