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    Default Question about what can be asked here.

    Hi guys,

    I have this "homework" I need to do and I don't quite get the logic of how to do it. I know it has something to do with changing the position of elements in a string array using string methods. I was wondering if I am allowed to ask about the logic of how to do it, and not any code at all?

    I hope this makes sense..


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    Default Re: Question about what can be asked here.

    Get a clear description of the problem to be solved.
    Decide how to solve the problem.
    Turn the solution into code.
    Test the code.
    Get a good grade.

    Ask questions and show what you have done if you get stuck. Post the full text of any error messages with your code and question.
    We are happy to help, homework or not.

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