JIm: According to my sighted workmates, to the left of the line in questionn, there is an indicator in red. So if you want to spend more time on scripting please go ahead. The approach you wrote of is exactly what I do. After writing or editing a line of code I first save it and then check the Problems Window. It has always worked for me. JIm ________________________________ From: program-java-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:program-java-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Homme, James Sent: May 9, 2011 15:55 To: program-java@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [program-java] Eclipse Easiest Way To Find Syntax Error Hi, For the purposes of my little tutorial, I wrote a Hello World application with a main method. I simply wanted to get rid of the semicolon on the one statement and describe how to easily find the message that the environment spits out when you attempt to run the program. What's the easiest way to do this. I have tried Alt + Shift _+ W, then Errors, or Alt + Shift _+ Q, X for problems. Is there any better way? Thanks. Jim Jim Homme, Usability Services, Phone: 412-544-1810. ________________________________ This e-mail and any attachments to it are confidential and are intended solely for use of the individual or entity to whom they are addressed. If you have received this e-mail in error, please notify the sender immediately and then delete it. If you are not the intended recipient, you must not keep, use, disclose, copy or distribute this e-mail without the author's prior permission. The views expressed in this e-mail message do not necessarily represent the views of Highmark Inc., its subsidiaries, or affiliates.