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  1. In Topic: Count down timer

    Posted 2 Nov 2014

    Using the while() loop to drive the animation remains a problem, because it'll lock up the GUI until it's done. Why not use the JavaFX Timeline?
  2. In Topic: Count down timer

    Posted 2 Nov 2014

    what you've posted is an odd mixture of JavaFX and console input/output with a while() loop acting as a timer. Please decide what kind of application you're trying to write and write that. When you're ready, post it with a description of what you're trying to do and what you need help with.
  3. In Topic: Have to write a method that returns unicode values of a string

    Posted 2 Nov 2014

    Java's naming conventions include: class names begin with capital letters while variable and method names begin with lowercase letters. Please respect Java's naming conventions as it makes your code easier to read and understand. Single-letter variable names are rarely appropriate. Use a few more letters - there's no penalty - to give your variables names that reflect their function or purpose in the program. And comment your code. Why should those trying to help you struggle to guess what you're thinking and trying to do when a few comments could reveal all.

    Do not use '==' to compare String objects. Use the equals() method instead:

    if ( this.equals( "that" ) ) {}
  4. In Topic: Square of Ages Problem help

    Posted 17 Oct 2014

    Looks like you're on the right track. Plug that into your code and print the ages that satisfy the if() statement.
  5. In Topic: Square of Ages Problem help

    Posted 17 Oct 2014

    Sorry, that for() statement I made should have said:

    In your if() statement, how can you create expressions that resolve to booleans? Here's an example:

    if ( x - y > 0 && z + 3 < 1 ) {}

    Context should have guided you, but I understand how simple contradictions can shake your confidence. I apologize for creating the confusion.

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    teggr234 Icon

    30 Jun 2014 - 20:52
    Hey greg, will you help me code in java? I know nothing and currently looking for a mentor, I would love to have you mentoring me
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    CoolTech Icon

    24 Feb 2013 - 16:06
    Hi Greg
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