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Posted by Vivek Kumar on June 13, 2000 at 5:46 AM
> I entered a simple program because it uses a try and catch
> statement and I have no experience with the two. Here's the code
> as seen in the book. It throws two errors and I cannot find the
> answer. Give a holler if you see anything wrong with the code.
> Thanks, Steve:
> public class Fruit
> public static void main(String args)
> int numOranges = 5;
> int numApples = 10;
> int numFruit = 0;
> numFruit = numOranges + numApples;
> System.out.println("A totally fruity program.");
> System.out.println("Total fruit is " + numFruit);
> System.out.println("(press ENTER to exit)");
> catch (IOException e)
import java.io.* and hopefully your problem will be solved.