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    Re: The meaning behind it

    What do you mean by It's exactly equivalent to the clearer, more intelligible, better?
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    The meaning behind it

    What is the meaning of test in this example? Does the test equal to June123?

    String actualPassword = "June123", test;
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    [SOLVED] Re: Can someone explain to me?

    so we use temp just to increase the order by 1?
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    [SOLVED] Re: Can someone explain to me?

    At first, I had 10 20 30 40
    But the temp, I had 40 10 20 30.
    So you mean if I use temp, the number will (in this case) increase by 1 position?
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    [SOLVED] Can someone explain to me?

    Can someone explain the coding in bold to me? I don't understand how to get 40 10 20 30.

    public class Rotater {


    public static void main(String[] args) {


    int a = 10, b = 20, c...
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    Re: What is wrong with my code?

    i'm using a laptop so there is only one button for -.
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    Re: What is wrong with my code?

    CelsiusConverterApp.java:8: illegal character: \8211
    CelsiusConverterApp.java:8: not a statement
    CelsiusConverterApp.java:8: ';' expected
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    What is wrong with my code?

    I'm trying to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius but there are errors but I don't know where is the mistakes.
    The error is the part that I had bold it.

    public class CelsiusConverterApp {

    public...
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    Re: Is it the same?

    I'm trying to ask if it is all right for me to calculate the mass first like long massOfTheBlock = length * width * height * density after that I then print out like
    System.out.println("The mass of...
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    Is it the same?

    I had tried this coding myself but I had a different answer from the solution given. May I know if it is the same?

    //calculate the mass
    long massOfTheBlock = length * width * height * density...
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