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When working with arrays, there's an easier way to loop through the indices than manually doing so. We can use the enhanced for statement for this.
First of all, we create our array (aryOne) and use
We're going to build a program to re-enact a dice being rolled one thousand times. We're going to output how many times each face of the dice is rolled.
Say we have an array with ten indices. Below is how we can calculate the sum of these indices.
Arrays are used to store many values under the one variable, so to speak. You can initialise an array the long and drawn out way by manually assigning each index a value or you can implement an array initialiser to do the job for you.
Random numbers can be used in Java. Here's a small random number generator and how it works.
First of all, we need to import the random class.