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    Default Hi guys

    Can anyone please explain me the java code for this scenario?

    The name of the Java class for this question is to be shortTall_studentid where studentid is your student
    ID. Write a Java program that will determine the shortest and tallest people in a group of people. For each
    person in the group the program will need to obtain their first name and their height in metres. The height
    of each person needs to be validated to ensure that the value falls in the range 0.8m to 2.5m (inclusive).
    The number of people in the group is not known. After all names and heights have been entered the
    program must display the name and height of the shortest and tallest person in the group. Note: the
    solution to this question must not use arrays or ArrayLists.


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    Default Re: Hi guys

    Moved from Introduction section.

    That looks like a (poorly formatted) homework assignment. It'd be easier to read if the line-ends were in the right place.

    What have you tried?
    Where are you having problems?
    If you don't understand my answer, don't ignore it, ask a question.

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