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    Cool Hi, anybody

    Will you pls help me on how to solve the following: Given the following two arrays

    english={"food","hello","phone","house","car"}
    wambo={"oikulya","ongeipi","ongodi","eumbo","otuwa "}

    So my question is how to create java program that will ask for a word in english and returns its equivalent in wambo or other languages if it exist in array english as it is shown above.


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    Default Re: Hi, anybody

    See the replies your classmate got: java programing two arrays

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    Default Re: Hi, anybody

    I am just a beginner and would like to hear from you,on how i should come up with this

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    Default Re: Hi, anybody

    Hisma has answered it in the other thread, there's nothing I could add to that.

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    Default Re: Hi, anybody

    thats fine will try to other sites,who have the will to help

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    Default Re: Hi, anybody

    there is a difference between helping you and doing it for you...right now you are asking us to do it for you and we dont do that sorry

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    Thumbs down Array in java

    Hi
    Any one ther to help me on how to come up with an array tha display a word in one language and display its equivalent in different other languages?

    Like (english word and return it equivalent in french or wambo)

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    Default Re: Array in java

    I believe this is being discussed in this thread.

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    Default Re: Array in java

    Plus this one started previously started by the OP. At least this one has a semi-reasonable title.


    *Duplicate threads merged*
    Last edited by jps; September 19th, 2013 at 10:11 PM. Reason: removed null link
    Improving the world one idiot at a time!

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    Default Re: Hi, anybody

    Okay, I know we have rules against spoonfeeding, but here is the exact answer to the problem you're looking for.

    public class Spoons
          {
          public static void main(String[] args)
                {
                String[] english = {"Do", "your", "own", "homework!"};
                String[] wambo = {"Read", "the", "fascinating", "manual!"};
     
                for(String each: english)
                      System.out.print(each +" ");
                System.out.println();
                for(String each: wambo)
                       System.out.print(each +" ");
                System.out.println();
                System.out.println("And pay attention in class too!");
                }
    }

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