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I'm having trouble figuring out what I'm doing wrong that I'm getting the error no line found. Here is my code. I'm having the problem on line 120 and 19
 
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well, at a quick guess, there are no more lines in the file you're reading...
 
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Before reading next line of the Scanner, check whether they exist using hasNextLine() method. So all your below nextLine() should have a hasNextLine() check and the nextInt() should have hasNextInt() check.

 
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Thank you that helped!
 
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