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myteethhurt

  • 2 years ago

public class tester { int[]alpha= {25,35,45,55}; for(int x= 0; x<=4; x++) System.out.print(alpha[x]+" "); } How can I make it compile?

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  1. Tomas.A
    • 2 years ago
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    first of all you need to have main method secondly in loop you should stop at element 4, e.g. make x<4 instead of x<=4 because it would be out of bounds

  2. myteethhurt
    • 2 years ago
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    How do you write the main method if alpha was already declared?

  3. myteethhurt
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    I have absolutely no understanding of arrays :(

  4. Tomas.A
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    wrap evetyhing to main method

  5. Tomas.A
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    you always have to have main method arrays have nothing to do with it

  6. Tomas.A
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    public class tester { public static void main (String[] args) { int[]alpha= {25,35,45,55}; for(int x= 0; x<4; x++) System.out.print(alpha[x]+" "); } }

  7. myteethhurt
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    OH NO DUH!!!

  8. myteethhurt
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    Thank you so much! I was thinking of object oriented programming and I was really confused

  9. Neeraj_OCW
    • 2 years ago
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    Remove the equal sign from for loop of array, as they are zero-index based. It'll always count a index more than your actual array indexes,if you put equal.

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