The moreData method does not seem to use any parameters, so I would remove the argument. If you do leave it in, then the type needs to be specified -- which is what the compiler is complaining about. (Note that the method is called with a String.)
The isLeap method also requires a type for its argument. (And the first println in that method is missing a closing parenthesis.)
Now, here's a big mistake that everyone makes at least once: A single equals sign is used for assignment (=). Two equals signs are required for comparison (==). [ February 04, 2006: Message edited by: marc weber ]
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now I get the logical errors. I thought you were joking.