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    Hey all, I'm super new to programming, and have a project where I have to write a program that outputs the students names, along with two grades for each student, the average of those grades, then the average of the averages at the end. Finally, I have to have an output at the end that depends on what the total average was (if, then). The following is the code that I have so far, however I'm not supposed to "hard code" the grades as I've done, they're supposed to be entered as the program is run (which I can't figure out how to do). Could anyone help me figure out how to do this? I don't need a code written up doing my work for me, but an example would be an extremely huge help!

    public class Project1 {
    public static void main(String args[])
    {
    String s = "Student" + " " + "Names" + " " + "Score 1" + " " + "Score 2" + " " + "Average";
    System.out.println(s);
    String a = "Samuel" + " " + "Student" + " " + "100" + " " + "100" + " " + "100";
    System.out.println(a);
    String b = "Lindsay" + " " + "Student" + " " + "90" + " " + "86" + " " + "88";
    System.out.println(b);
    String c = "Chris" + " " + "Student" + " " + "52" + " " + "58" + " " + "55";
    System.out.println(c);
    }

    }

    This is what it's supposed to look like. (hope the link works...)

    https://gcccd.blackboard.com/courses..._1/projec1.jpg


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    Default Re: Coding Problem

    Hey BohmfalkCW,

    The reason it is not encouraged to "Hard Code" through the assignment is because each individual may have different data/names, based on real life applications. This leads into User Input. Hopefully this video will give you an idea of how to begin. There are a plentiful amount of resources out there on the web. Make use of em!

    Java - 6 - Getting User Input
    Simplicity calls for Complexity. Think about it.

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    use JOptionPane or Scanner for input. I found Scanner to be more useful.

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