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  1. Re: Beginner Question--Sum of numbers program; Validation

    I think you are misunderstanding the requirements. You need to validate user input before you can perform the sum. So you will need 2 loops, one for each task.
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    Re: Write me a program that....

    Once again, nobody is going to do it for you. If you 100% cannot do it then take the F you deserve. On the other hand if you make an attempt (even a very simple start) post your code here and ask...
  3. Thread: java help?

    by Junky
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    Re: java help?

    Sure! Doing your homework for you is no problems. Oh wait, it's called CHEATING!
  4. Thread: Java Language

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    Re: Java Language

    NO!!
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    Re: Hangman multiple letters

    Even with the pseudocode I provided above? All you have to do is convert it to actual code using calls to methods in the String class.
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    Re: Hangman multiple letters

    loop each char in secretWord {
    if char at index equals guess {
    change dash to guess in updatedWord
    }
    }
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    Re: Hangman multiple letters

    Use a single loop to iterate over each char in secretWord. If the char matches the guess letter then change the dash in the updatedWord to the guess letter at the same index.

    Or you could use...
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    [SOLVED] Re: If statement issue

    Giving a method and a variable the same name can only lead to confusion.
  9. Thread: Equation

    by Junky
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    Re: Equation

    Sure, here you go:


    class EquationSolver {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
    System.out.println("Do your own homework!");
    }
    }
  10. Thread: Exercise 86

    by Junky
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    Re: Exercise 86

    Why do you have a method inside another method?
    Why do you have a parameter without a type?
    Why do you have a method with 2 parameters (String, double)?
    Instructions state there should only be two...
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    Re: NEED HELP! ROOKIE JAVA USER

    How are we supposed to help? The more details you provide and the more specific question you ask (yes you need to ask a question) the better response you will get.

    Also posting code inside code...
  12. Thread: iban validation

    by Junky
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    Re: iban validation

    Split the String into 2 substrings. Concatenate them back together.
  13. Re: Getting the width and height of a frame without borders

    Where/when you declare and initialise your variables probably means that they are given values before the frame is constructed. Try giving them values after everything has been set up.
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    Re: NEED HELP! ROOKIE JAVA USER

    Sure!


    class Cheater {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
    System.out.println("Do your own work!");
    }
    }
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    Re: Whats wrong in my code?

    I don't speak whatever language that is. Perhaps you mean thankyou!
  16. Re: Getting "cannot find symbol" errors when trying to pass variables between methods!

    All those errors relate to the class MyCode and yet you have posted code for NewCode. Please post correct information.
  17. Thread: Nested Iterators

    by Junky
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    Re: Nested Iterators

    If you have a List of Lists I guess it is possible.
  18. Re: Setting up a loop for a SHA-256 hash for multiple outputs

    Do you have a question?
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    Re: Whats wrong in my code?

    Do you have a question?
  20. Re: Setting up a loop for a SHA-256 hash for multiple outputs

    Look closer.


    for (int b = Integer.parseInt(a); b <= 17; b++); {

    Above loop is wrong, Below loop is correct. Compare them.


    for (int i=0;i<byteData.length;i++) {
  21. Re: Setting up a loop for a SHA-256 hash for multiple outputs

    Have you spotted the mistake yet?
  22. Re: Setting up a loop for a SHA-256 hash for multiple outputs

    for (int b = Integer.parseInt(a); b <= 17; b++); {

    Examine your loops very very carefully and see if you can spot what the problem is.
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    Re: Could someone explain this to me?

    Nope.

    What subfolders?
    What are you trying to read?
    Where are you trying to read?
    What are you using to read?
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    Re: Could someone explain this to me?

    I didn't say you were whining but many people do. I just wanted to stop that before it starts.

    If you want better help then you need to ask a specific question. "I don't know what to do" is very...
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    Re: Cinema Seating arrangment

    Yes a better solution would be to use a 2D array and allow patrons to choose which seats instead on allocating them linearly.
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