What am I doing wrong setting this integer variable in the intro 12/12

awesomelevel * 2 = epicLevel;

The above is what I typed in response to

Set the int variable epicLevel equal to awesomeLevel multiplied by 2.

previous line that got no error messages was

121 = awesomeLevel;

fair error message, given what you did is set epicLevel equal to aweomLevel multiplied by 2. Which won’t work, given we can’t assign values to integers

thanks!

like this?

public class Generalizations {
	public static void main(String[] args) {
//kljdsgf

		boolean isComplete = true;
		int awesomeLevel = 121;
		int epicLevel = awesomelevel * 2;		
		System.out.println(epicLevel);
		

	}
}

That looks much better indeed

Thanks! maybe there’s a bug on the page then because it’s still giving me error messages. :frowning:

What error message do you get? Can you also provide exercise url so i can debug in the lesson?

Generalizations.java:7: error: '.class' expected
		int epicLevel = int awesomelevel * 2;		
		                    ^
Generalizations.java:7: error: illegal start of expression
		int epicLevel = int awesomelevel * 2;		
		                                 ^
Generalizations.java:7: error: ';' expected
		int epicLevel = int awesomelevel * 2;		
		                                  ^
3 errors

https://www.codecademy.com/courses/learn-java/lessons/introduction-to-java/exercises/generalizations?action=resume_content_item

that is why i missed it, small detail. Variable names are case sensitive, awesomeLevel is not the same as awesomelevel.

Dang. Good catch. Thanks for all your help!

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