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pragma solidity ^0.5.13;

contract WorkingWithVariables {
    uint256 public myUint
    
    function setMyUint(uint_myUint) public {
        myUint = _myUint;
    }
    
    bool public mybool;
    
    function setMyBool(bool_myBool) public {
        myBool = _myBool;
    }
}

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ParserError: Expected ‘;’ but got ‘function’ Function setmyuint (uint_myuint) public { ^_ ____ ^

  • I’m voting to close this question because it's a very low-quality question with no real contribution. You're missing a space between parameter type and parameter name on each one of these functions, you're missing a semicolon after uint256 public myUint, and you've written mybool with a lower-case b in some cases and with a higher-case B in other cases. The code is simply too sloppy. You should be more meticulous! – goodvibration Jul 7 at 15:23
  • thank you goodvibrator i mean @goodvibration , you're right its fixed now. this code was from a course im doing because ya know im a brand new programmer. you can close if you want idc. – scott Jul 7 at 17:30
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Solidity requires lines to end in a semicolon. Simply change this line:

    uint256 public myUint

to this

    uint256 public myUint;
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  • Thanks man, you're highly appreciated – scott Jul 7 at 21:47

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