Just starting out, a problem with analog inputs

Hey, I worked with arduino a bit last year, but took a long pause to do the whole finishing up high school thing. Since I'm done with school until college, I've picked up the arduino again, but since the break I've lost whatever I used to know.

I'm trying to start a program to simply read the values of the vertical and horizontal inputs of a thumbpad from Sparkfun. I run the following code, and it looks good, except for teh fact that I get the following error when compiling:

 error: expected unqualified-id before numeric constant In function 'void loop()':

Here's my program:

int verPin = 0;
int horPin = 1;
int ver = 234
int hor = 456

void setup()                    // run once, when the sketch starts
  Serial.begin(9600);           // set up Serial library at 9600 bps
  pinMode(verPin, INPUT);
  pinMode(horPin, INPUT);

void loop()
  ver = analogRead(verPin);
  hor = analogRead(horPin);
  Serial.print("Vertical ");
  Serial.println("Horizontal ");

I'm running Vista with SP1 and using the arduino Diecimilla.

Prepare to say 'I can't believe I didn't see that!'

You simply forgot ; here:

int ver = 234
int hor = 456


Easy mistake, easy fix.