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Compiler Issues

 
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Greeting fellow JavaHorns and  Expertsl,

I am having issue with the following code below:




Variable mutation 1 has not been initalized.
 
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And what don't you understand? It's not initialized, meens you didn't assign a value to it, neigther for mutation4, if you would try to print that one out, you would get the same error
 
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