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Thread: Does anyone have answer of this Assignment??

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    Default Does anyone have answer of this Assignment??

    Write a program SortCities, reading any number of cities with their corresponding postal numbers from a text file. You may assume that each line in the file contains one postal number (integer) and one city (string) and that they are separated by a semicolon ( ; ). Create a class City, representing a city. The class City should implement the interface Comparable.
    After all cities of the file have been read, they should be printed in sorted order by postal number. An example of an execution:

    Reading cities from file: C:\Temp\orter.dat
    Number of cities found: 7
    23642 Höllviken
    35243 Växjö
    51000 Jönköping
    72211 Västerås
    75242 Uppsala
    90325 Umeå
    96133 Boden

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    Default Re: Does anyone have answer of this Assignment??

    That's not how this works. We are not a code service. If you have a specific question, post an SSCCE (that's a link) that demonstrates what you've tried, where you got stuck, etc. See my signature to learn how to ask smart questions.
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    Default Re: Does anyone have answer of this Assignment??

    Like Kevin says, please show us you have made an effort and we will be more than happy to help.

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    I love the way you reply Javapf
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