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    Re: Array question. Stumped!

    The error you posted at the top is simple to fix. Look at your main method. You are doing the following: double highest = getHighest(); The problem here is your getHighest() method needs to take in a...
  2. Re: help w/ storing/scanning numbers in two dimensional arrays

    It also seems that you are trying to access grades[i] outside the scope of the for loop. So I will be undefined as well. Since it is a 2 dimensional array and you only need 3 grades and a total, for...
  3. Re: After an introduction to 'mobile game development'

    If you are looking to do phone development with Java, I would recommend the Android platform as their apps are developed in java. If you are looking to go into iPhone development you will need to get...
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    [SOLVED] Re: [Method] needing some help

    Yea, you need to use your index, which in your case is counter.

    sum += a[counter];


    Dejan
  5. Thread: Help please.

    by Dejan
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    Re: Help please.

    Bruzurk,

    I also ran your code using Eclipse and it compiled fine for me. The code itself looks fine.

    I would strongly recommend downloading Eclipse for your Java development as it has great...
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    Re: What's wrong with my code ?

    Ok, well i'm not sure what output you are going for but i did notice a few things:

    1) Your first method printMe(list1); prints the following "Apple Banana Orange Mango Grapes Briyani Chicken Meat...
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