i cant understand what to do with **int**

# Please help me with 2

**appylpye**#2

Hi, @digitalace70996,

For *Exercise 2*, you do not need to include the term, `int`

, in your code. You just need to place a value of `int`

type between the parentheses. That would be a number without a decimal point.

There actually is a limit to how small or large an `int`

can be in Java. It must be somewhere between `-2147483648`

and `2147483647`

. So, you have plenty of numbers from which to choose.

i dont get this int ..i type the number but still it doesnt work

can u make some fotos and send me plz it will be really kind of u thanks

yeah im done with that..but now im in number 5 i mean how to equal the m variable number

Given this code:

`int myNumber;`

Is this the step that you are stuck at:

`Set the int variable myNumber equal to the value 42`

**albionsrefuge**#10

Since you want to set myNumber to be equal to something, first you type an equals sign, like this:

`int myNumber =;`

then you know that you want it to be equals to 42, so add that in, like this:

`int myNumber = 42;`

Do you see how that works now?

**albionsrefuge**#13

I just showed you the exact answer -- I'm not sure what you mean by an example.

Don't worry about lots of questions!