Logger cannot be resolved Java 570425394 Error occured

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Logger cannot be resolvedJava(570425394)
Dec 1, 2020 in Java by Boopathy
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Hey, @Boopathy,

Could you please post your code here?
answered Dec 1, 2020 by Gitika
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//The MethodLog((Level,String)in the type logger is not applicable for the arguments(System.logger.Level.string)  java [39,41]

//The MethodLog((Level,String)in the type logger is not applicable for the arguments(System.logger.Level.string)  java [37,43]

//Two error occured.

package tasks;

import java.lang.System.Logger.Level;

import java.util.logging.Logger;

public class SmallestPositiveNumber {

    /*

     * Input: Array of numbers

     *

     * Output: Print the smallest positive number in the array & its position

     *

     * Sample input 1: Array - [10, 25, 100, 0] Sample output 1:

     * "Smallest positive number in the array is '0' & its position is '3'"

     *

     * Sample input 2: Array - [1, 2, 10, 5] Sample output 2:

     * "Smallest positive number in the array is '1' & its position is '0'"

     *

     * Sample input 3: Array - [1, 2, 10, -5] Sample output 3:

     * "Input contains negative value. Provide positive numbers"

     */

    public static void main(String[] args) {

        int arr[] = { 10, 50, 32, 59, 37 };

        int minimum = 0;

        int position = 0;

        for (int i = 0; i < arr.length; i++) {

            if (arr[i] > 0 && minimum >= 0)

            {

            if ( arr[i] < minimum)

             {

                minimum=arr[i];

                position=i;

            }

        else

           {

            Logger.getAnonymousLogger().log(Level.INFO, "Input contains negative value. Provide positive numbers");

            }

        }

        Logger.getAnonymousLogger().log(Level.INFO, "Smallest number in the array is" + minimum + "& its position is " +position);

    

    }

}

}

Hi, @Boopathy,

Changing the JRE System Library might work. 

  • Right-click on your project
  • Select Build Path and then click Configure Build Path
  • Under Libraries tab JRE System Library

  • Then choose the Workspace default JRE option

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