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Syntax error on token final invalid type

Delete the last few characters and re- enter them - I think it will go away. Those private static final variables need to be inside of a class context: import android. Activity; import android. Bundle; import android. R; import android. Editable; import android. TextWatcher; import. The mod_ SimpleSandwich. class: package net. src; public final class mod_ SimpleSandwich extends BaseMod { public mod_ SimpleSandwich( ). pixels = new int( width* height) ;. Isn' t how arrays are initialised, the compiler thinks your are trying to create a new Object, int isn' t a object, it' s a primitive ( special inbuilt type). pixels = new int[ width* height] ;.

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    Token type error

    You embedded the saying method within the getName method, but you can' t do that in Java. Place the closing brace for getName before the saying method, not after. You have code ( which is not declaring a variable and/ or initializing it) ouside a method, which is: for ( i= 0; i< = ena. lenght; i+ + ) System. println( ena[ i] ) ;. In Java, code MUST reside inside a method. You can' t call a class, you. the if as it should be), and the } that should end the for loop instead ends the method. That leaves your return count; and final } hanging in the middle of a class definition where it' s not valid syntax. share| improve this answer. Ah, ok - it' s probably a control- Z or other unprintable character at the end of the file that is ignored in Windows but not on the Mac. You copied the source from Windows to the Mac.

    Delete the last few characters and re- enter. This is the actual problem: mPlayer = new MediaPlayer( ) ;. That' s just a statement - but it' s not in a constructor, method or other initializer. It' s not clear why you don' t just assign a value at the point of the declaration: