For future reference, Sun's compiler shows a caret (^) underneath the line of code to indicate where it encountered a problem. Sometimes the actual cause of the error is before this. In this case, as EFH pointed out, the missing semicolon that the error message is complaining about should go on the previous line.
Get used to having error messages the first time you compile a program. I am willing to bet that most programmers see them often. The trick is to learn what the error message means so it can help you find the problem and fix it. In this case, the moral of the story is that you should look at the lines above where the actual error occurs.