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Icon   Nitewalkr grinding myself between Java and C++ under current versions and circumstances.

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  1. In Topic: Bootup issues with laptop (requesting for help.)

    Posted 11 Mar 2015

    Sorry for the very late post; The lesson that I've learned was, not to install any sort of OS besides Windows 8 especially when you just learned how Grub works. You either use any sort of VM or Raspberry Pi(since it is affordable.)

    The problem was the hard drive failed to respond, forcing me to check it in the BIOs, and I could not find a proper solution for it online. All I wanted to do was to install Linux on my laptop side by side with windows so that I can actually take it anywhere and actually put my laptop to good use.

    I put the entire Linux mess around thing on hold and focus on Java and other languages before I can jump back in to the Linux (When it comes to finally establishing your personal domain.)

    Thank you guys for attempting to help me out tho.
  2. In Topic: java program help

    Posted 5 Nov 2014

    The last if else should have a Boolean condition initialized to false, from what I can tell, you would want this code to loop accordingly where user would have a control over if he wants to continue or discontinue. In this case, a do while loop will be efficient followed by the Boolean condition.
  3. In Topic: Return not returning

    Posted 1 Nov 2014

    It would be sufficient to create a new class for different method, for starters to understand how to call functions in the main while the main is in the other class.

    Otherwise you just call function in main by function name followed by (); if it is in the same class, also if you are only using the variables in the function, I suggest if you want to make it private you should declare them in the function.
  4. In Topic: Why is my program outputting this?

    Posted 1 Nov 2014

    View Postpbl, on 31 October 2014 - 03:52 AM, said:

    When did your teacher learned Java ?

    The constuctor Date(year, month, date) and the methods getMonth(), getDay(), getYear() are deprecated since JRE 1.2 we are talking more than 10 years ago

    Some professors would want their students to learn it by coding it raw for good practice.
  5. In Topic: bank interest

    Posted 1 Nov 2014

    Does the interest change every month? Besides for loop assuming the for loop is for the months but for the interest, if it isn't changing every month you would want to initialize it with the actual value instead of a zero and make it static final.

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    24 Nov 2010 - 10:12
    Hi new friend.
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