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Thread: Java Class Excercise (Related to Strings + Cmd Line Arguments)

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    Default Java Class Excercise (Related to Strings + Cmd Line Arguments)

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    Hello All!, Nice to meet you I'm Wylie Wong

    The day before yesterday, we were assigned a class exercise and i landed on a dead end.

    PROGRAM EXCERCISE 3
    program will receive two cmd line arguments.
    a) Do they match? ( e.g Line Yes <--- Line is 4 letters therefore they do not match )
    b) if not, which one is longer?

    I've figured out how to answer a) as you will see in my code. But I am stuck on b. Any advice on how to finish this beginner excercise problem?


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    Last edited by Wwong3333; September 19th, 2012 at 02:42 PM.
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    Default Re: Java Class Excercise (Related to Strings + Cmd Line Arguments)

    Post your code and we can have a look to see where you are stuck. Don't forget [code=java] before your code and [/code] after your code.

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    Default Re: Java Class Excercise (Related to Strings + Cmd Line Arguments)

    Quote Originally Posted by jps View Post
    Post your code and we can have a look to see where you are stuck. Don't forget [code=java] before your code and [/code] after your code.
    I put a image on my thread, and that's my code. I tried putting [code=java] before my code and [/code] after my code but the jpg wouldn't show. Thanks for the reply! However, I solved the problem already but i still appreciate your help.
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    Default Re: Java Class Excercise (Related to Strings + Cmd Line Arguments)

    Using the code tags works for copy-pasting text rather than a screen shot of the code.
    Many times people like to copy-paste your code to their computer, possibly to run a test and see what it does, and not many are going to retype your code from a picture.
    Glad you got it working

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