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  1. About the default problem: You have not to use...

    About the default problem: You have not to use case to introduce the default case. Instead of writing
    case default:
    try simply
    default:
  2. [SOLVED] Junior has to be declared as ...

    Junior has to be declared as

    ArrayList<Programmers> juniors = new ArrayList();

    or you can cast what you get from the Array

    proWithoverp = (Programmers)this.juniors.get(i);
  3. Thread: Dog Class

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    The correct way to declare a variable is String...

    The correct way to declare a variable is String astring = new String(); not String astring = newString();
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    I apologize, I sent a post I hadn't revised...

    I apologize, I sent a post I hadn't revised (there were also grammar errors...).
    @copeg, thank you for your extreme efficiency as moderator!
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    If the statement (I cut some text) println(1,1)...

    If the statement (I cut some text) println(1,1) doesn't compile it's because println needs a string to be passed to and you pass two numbers (you should use "1,1"). Indeed it's correct, it's not what...
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    I suggest you to take a look to while loop. It...

    I suggest you to take a look to while loop. It makes possible to iterate code while a statement is true (for example while your file has next lines to be read).
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    The code you posted in your first post is quietly...

    The code you posted in your first post is quietly correct.
    Instead of writing

    System.out.println(1,1);, try to substitute the static numbers with the counters of the loop i and j.
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