anonymous
  • anonymous
in java I am getting an out of bounds exception. working with 2-dim arrays. for(int r=0;r getRowTotal(a, (r+1))) { max=getRowTotal(a, r); rowNumber=r; } else max=getRowTotal(a, (r+1)); }
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anonymous
  • anonymous
So, perhaps you should do a System.out.println(a.length); Which will show you the length of a. Also note that while your loop specifies r
anonymous
  • anonymous
here is what i switched it to: for(int r=0;r max) { max=getRowTotal(a, r); rowNumber=r; } }
anonymous
  • anonymous
getRowTotal method looks like this: public static int getRowTotal(int[][] a, int row){ int total = 0; for (int i = 0; i < a[row].length; i++) total += a[row][i]; return total; }

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Sorry, not sure if the problem was solved or not. Is it working now? Please note that your running getRowTotal twice. I would assign a variable to get the value and then if it's greater assign that to max rather than having to find the total multiple times. Just makes it a bit more efficient.
anonymous
  • anonymous
the array a doesn't have a (r+1)th element when r=a.length-1.
anonymous
  • anonymous
He changed it. It used to, then I commented and he changed it to the current version.
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh, ok my bad. broinjc probably followed up to post the final solution. i'd consider this one solved.

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