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    Re: Rearranging string input.

    Prompt the user for the info, then use the printf to format your strings.
    Example:
    System.out.println( "Enter the hair color, eye color, and age, separate each with a space." );
    age =...
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    Re: Exception Handling

    Thanks Greg. I think I may have to just keep reading this chapter until it finally clicks, and keep reading the codes that I have. It's hard for me to explain exactly what I mean, but I appreciate...
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    Re: Exception Handling

    Thanks. I have it, 9th edition. Exception handling is covered in all of Chapter 11, 25 pages worth. Assuming I have read it, of course assuming, because why would I ask a question when I have the...
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    Exception Handling

    Hi all, I have another question about exception handling, as stated previously, it's a bit confusing, although you all have helped clear it up better for me. Anyways, here is my code, and then I'll...
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    Re: Exception Handling

    Sounds a bit more clear now. Thanks!
  6. Thread: help me pls

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    Re: help me pls

    Without telling you the answer to your homework, I would say to put the strings into an array an use the built in methods to calculate your data.
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    Exception Handling

    Hi all, I am new to this forum so please be patient with me. I am a new programmer and I seem to be confused with the concept of exception handling. If we are to write code that would try a...
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