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    Default code explenation

    Can somebody explain to me the following codes plz :/

    Date myDate = new Date();
    String a = myDate.toString()

    bw.write("Given number : "+ f)

    for(i=0;i<=score;i++)
    if( br.ready())
    s=br.readLine();
    br.close ();
    String[] parts = s.split(" ");
    question = parts[0];
    reponsevrai = parts[1];}


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    Default Re: code explenation

    What is confusing about it? What happened when you stepped through it with a debugger or a piece of paper and a pencil?

    Also, when posting code, remember to use the highlight tags and post an SSCCE instead of a snippet.
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