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Hi Roberto, Thanks for the message. One thing though. If I were to try and use :
I get the following error when trying to compile. This is probably a very basic call on your part but I'm not sure what the issue is here. Could you take a look and see if you can determine the cause? Thanks again, really appreciate the help.
Champ, I think that, in your scenario, the most appropriate decision would be to follow my good buddy Rob Prime's suggestion. Instead of returning ArrayList<Integer>, your assignInt method could return int . This would ease a lot your work.