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I am trying to correct the errors on an assignment that has already been graded because I have to now modify it and add to it for my next assignment. I dont want to go to my next assignment when I cannot even fix this error. The error and it is the only error I have thank goodness, says "reached end of file while parsing". Can anyone please take a look, thank you very much!

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  1. // HairColorInventory.Java
  2. // Hair color program
  3. import java.util.Scanner; // program uses class Scanner
  5. public class HairColorInventory
  6. {
  7.      // main method begins execution of Java application
  8.      public static void main( String args[] )
  9.      {
  11.      HairColor myHairColor = new HairColor();
  13.      String [] productNumber = {0011, 0012, 0013, 0014, 0015};
  15.      String [] itemName = {red, gold, blond, platinum, amber};
  17.           int [] numberofUnits = {100, 130, 99, 40, 44};
  19.           double [] priceperUnit = {75, 60, 55, 49, 52};
  21.           double [] inventoryValue;
  23.      double entireValue;
  24.      {
  26.     for (int i = 0; i < 5; i++)
  27.     {
  28.         // for loop to print the array of items, item numbers, number of units, price, and value
  31.              System.out.println("\n\nitemName: "+itemName[i]);
  32.  //display item name
  33.              System.out.println("productNumber: "+productNumber[i]);
  34.  //display item number
  35.              System.out.println("Quantity in Stock: "+numberofUnits[i]);
  36.  //display quantity in stock
  37.              System.out.println("Item Price:$ "+priceperUnit[i]);
  38.  //display item price
  39.             System.out.printIn(inventoryvalue[i] = numberofunits[i] * priceperunit[i]);
  40.  //calculate the inventory value of each item
  41.              System.out.println("Value of Inventory:$ "+inventoryValue[i]);
  42.  //display total value of inventory for this item
  44.      }
  45.         // end of for loop
  48.     for (int i = 0; i < 5; i++)
  49.     {
  50.         // for loop to calculate entire inventory value
  52.         entireValue = entirevalue + inventoryvalue[i];
  53.         // calculation of entire inventory value
  55.     }
  57.     System.out.println("Entire inventory value:$ "+entireValue);
  58.     // display entire inventory value
  60.     Manufacturer.myManufacturer();
  61.     // call subclass and display the manufacturer of the hair products
  63.     System.out.println("The restocking fee of item " +itemName[1]+ ",product number " +productNumber[1]+ " is "+restockingFee(inventoryValue[1]));
  64.     // give the inventory restocking price for an item from the array by calling the restockingFee subclass
  67. } // end main method
  68. }}//end class HairColorInventory
  70. public class Manufacturer extends HairColorInventory
  72. {
  74.     public static void myManufacturer()
  75.     {
  76.         System.out.println
  77.         ("Paul Mitchell is the Manufacturer of my Hair Inventory.");
  78. }
  80. public class RestockingFee
  83. {
  85. {
  87.     double reStockFee;
  89.     reStockFee = (oldInventoryCost * .05) + oldInventoryCost;
  91.     return reStockFee;
  93. }
  95. }
Here is my error:
C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\ My Documents\part3 .java:95: reached end of file while parsing
1 error

Tool completed with exit code 1
Jan 28 '08 #1
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Jan 28 '08 #2
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That means you have more "{" braces than "}" braces. Print your file, take a pencil and try to match all the braces: { ---> }
Jan 28 '08 #3
807 Recognized Expert Contributor
-The error and it is the only error I have thank goodness...
Unfortunately, as you will soon learn, the compiler only detected one error, but when you fix it, there will be more errors. Do as BigDaddy suggested, plus you might want to remove some of the unnecessary braces: they are causing you to lose your place; for example, the comment at line 67 is wrong, the actual end of main is the first brace at line 68.

Also, line 13 & 15 are defining string arrays, but there are no strings. You also need to watch your capital letters; for example, in line 52, the compiler thinks that entireValue and entirevalue are two different variables. Another thing, there is some code missing: there no definition for the HairColor class. There are some problems with the call to the restockingFee method on line 63. Remember that this method in in a different class, so how do you have to call it? Speaking of the restocking method, check your method header, also where does it get oldInventoryCos t? Finally, it may not cause any problems, but why do you have Manufacturer extending HairColorInvent ory?

Sorry for th big list, but hopefully this will get you back on track. Post back with your new code if you are still having problems! HTH --Sam
Jan 28 '08 #4

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