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Create a console-based program and a GUI application, which justifies the following conditions: The Main() method prompts the user for an integer value and, in turn, passes the value to a method that squares the number and a method that cubes the number.

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    The Cube() method should call the Square() method. The Main() method displays the results returned from each of the other methods.

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    can u help me with this?

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    Any idea how to start this?

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    none that's why I came here for help

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    What do you know how to do thus far? Any experience with coding? I believe this is Java?

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    That's what I thought but I wasn't sure could you please show me an example of how it would start?

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    I have been doing research on this type of program but haven't found where or how it starts

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    http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/index.html is the home of the Oracle Java Trail. http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/uiswing/index.html is the start of the Swing GUI tutorial... not too sure why you have to do this problem without any prior knowledge of Java...

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    It is for school and before we had this class we had HTML so you know

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    Yeah this is for a c# class so I still need help with it

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    Since no one is really helping me thanks though

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    no idea about c#... Sorry.. Ask the professor for an intro to it, that is his/her job....

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    since c# is a lil similar to java...are you using visual c#?

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