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    Question Code not working

    PLEASE HELP ME.I am currently readinp an online text book on java programming. The autor of the book wrote a class which he called TEXTIO but it does not work when i try using it and that is because it is not built into the java package. The problem is how do i mak


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    Default Re: Code not working

    Read more of the book to see if there is a place you can download the definition for the class from.
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    Default Please why is this code not working

    public class PrintSquare { public static void main(String[] args) { // a program that computes and prints the square // of a number input by the user. int userInput; // the number input by the user int square; // the userInput, multiplied by itself TextIO.put("Please type a number: "); userInput = TextIO.getInt(); square = userInput * userInput; TextIO.put("The square of that number is "); TextIO.putln(square); } // end of main() } //end of class PrintSquare

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    Default Re: Please why is this code not working

    Please edit the post and format the code so it is readable. What you've posted is very hard to read and understand. No one writes code like that.

    Also wrap your code with
    [code=java]
    <YOUR CODE HERE>
    [/code]
    to get highlighting and preserve formatting.

    Then explain what "not working" means.
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    Default Re: Please why is this code not working

    Where is TextIO defined?

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    Default Re: Code not working

    Petrejonn, I've merged your two threads together. Please only one thread on the forum per question.

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