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anonymous

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Anyone knows Java? I will either use owl bucks or paypal to reward you. If you really know Java. You will be helping me for 15 per hour.

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  1. anonymous
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    Or any other offer we can consider

  2. anonymous
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    i do

  3. anonymous
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    Hey I think you are breaking the code of conduct of os....

  4. anonymous
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    what do you need

  5. anonymous
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    Do you know bubble?

  6. anonymous
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    I'm going to report you!!!

  7. anonymous
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    Type of problem Im working on is Ask the user to input two strings. Display the strings in alphabetical order. Calculate and display the number of characters in the two words. Next convert the first string to all uppercase and the second string to all lowercase. Display the resulting strings.

  8. anonymous
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    You can get help for programming easily on here instead: http://www.peeranswer.com/study/mathematics

  9. anonymous
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    are u able to send a link

  10. anonymous
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    people here don't know programming

  11. anonymous
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    Ok.

  12. anonymous
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    Ask the user to input two strings. Display the strings in alphabetical order. Calculate and display the number of characters in the two words. Next convert the first string to all uppercase and the second string to all lowercase. Display the resulting strings.

  13. anonymous
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    Sorry I am the only one authorized on this page as it is my university's page

  14. anonymous
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    what you mean, OpenStudy is your university's homepage?

  15. anonymous
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    no no my site from which I am working on this problem.

  16. anonymous
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    Guys for the question above does anyone know how to go about it?

  17. anonymous
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    ill try one second

  18. anonymous
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    Thanks @bubbleslove1234

  19. anonymous
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    try this see if it helps

  20. anonymous
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    https://community.oracle.com/thread/1760030?start=0&tstart=0

  21. anonymous
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    they have the same question as you

  22. anonymous
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    Unfortunately the thread doesn't cover my question. They are only concerned with the second question which is not exactly what I have.

  23. anonymous
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    Would you know how to write a simple program like I posted?

  24. anonymous
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    okay

  25. anonymous
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    do you need to know how to work with the strings work

  26. anonymous
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    I know that a string is a piece of comment that is to be strung with other strings to make it legible.

  27. anonymous
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    and yes, I have passive understanding of how string works however I can't put them to use as effectively. So I would like you to show me.

  28. anonymous
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    http://docstore.mik.ua/orelly/web2/action/ch04_06.htm

  29. anonymous
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    this tells you how to work them

  30. anonymous
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    Ok. That seems pretty through and I get it. However I don't know how to code the program so if you could show me briefly step by step ( which I am sure you know how) that would be quicker for both of us

  31. anonymous
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    okay one second

  32. anonymous
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    http://developers.sun.com/downloads/

  33. anonymous
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    will this work

  34. anonymous
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    your link just takes me to oracle home page .

  35. anonymous
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    Can you write the program and explain it to me step by step? That would help me understand better.

  36. anonymous
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    I mean from structure point of view rather than from nothing because I am so naive

  37. anonymous
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    hold on.........

  38. anonymous
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    doyou have java script

  39. anonymous
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    I have Java within eclipse

  40. anonymous
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    Basically Eclipse facilitates the Java writing process if you know what I mean

  41. anonymous
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    I get it but this is not helping me with the actual problem here. I guess you are clueless as to how to write it then.

  42. anonymous
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    I mean you are helping me on the generality side but aside from that direct reference has never been made.

  43. anonymous
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    im sorry i am trying to help

  44. anonymous
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    No problem I appreciate your help. I wish you told me first you weren't going to help me with the actual question.

  45. anonymous
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    i so sorry

  46. anonymous
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    i was helping

  47. anonymous
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    Yeah I get it that's why I am your fan.

  48. anonymous
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    All good.

  49. anonymous
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    @saseal can u help

  50. anonymous
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    i dont know java but i can explain the concept to you

  51. anonymous
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    yeah i tried

  52. anonymous
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    but maybe you can do it better

  53. anonymous
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    to compare 2 strings you need to take the 1st letter that is a[0] and b[0]

  54. anonymous
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    Java programming seems real hard eh?

  55. anonymous
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    yes

  56. anonymous
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    no i only doned python and r before

  57. anonymous
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    like A is 65 in ascii and so on

  58. anonymous
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    you compare the 2 integer and the larger on is behind

  59. anonymous
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    s1 = user input1 s1l = userinput.lower() s2 = user input2 s2l = userinput.lower() counter = ['1','2','3'.....'26'] alphabet = ['a','b','c'....'z']

  60. anonymous
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    get the alphabet of lowercased user input 1 and 2 and assign them numbers to compare

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