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1. #### In Topic: display array to textArea, but How?

Posted 11 Mar 2014

Iterate through the loop and append each element in the array to the text area.
```<<start loop>>
textArea.append(arrayOfStrings[index])
<<end>>

```
2. #### In Topic: Problem for generate random number

Posted 5 Mar 2014

g00se, on 05 March 2014 - 09:45 AM, said:

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If there's a way to get the current number as odd and the next as even while iterating through the random numbers at the same time, I'd be glad to hear it!
OP already has that right (but with the wrong number of iterations)

I doubt if he does. Looking at his code, he's printing out the counters not the actual random numbers!
3. #### In Topic: Problem for generate random number

Posted 5 Mar 2014

g00se, on 05 March 2014 - 09:15 AM, said:

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@g00se: How would you place the iteration number, even number and odd number in that tabular fashion?
I'd use System.out.printf

Ok??? What am referring to is how you plan on printing both the odd and even numbers while iterating through the loop and checking if they are odd or even.
Cause my logic is to get all odd and even numbers into a collection since a particular number can only belong to one of the two. And then printing it after all iterations are complete!
If there's a way to get the current number as odd and the next as even while iterating through the random numbers at the same time, I'd be glad to hear it!
4. #### In Topic: Problem for generate random number

Posted 5 Mar 2014

g00se, on 05 March 2014 - 07:38 AM, said:

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In order to generate the sort of results according to the question, you might have to explore some data structures.

Nope, the spec says nothing about storage - just display

My comment: "In order to generate the sort of results according to the question, you MIGHT have to explore some data structures."

@g00se: How would you place the iteration number, even number and odd number in that tabular fashion?
5. #### In Topic: Problem for generate random number

Posted 5 Mar 2014

In order to generate the sort of results according to the question, you might have to explore some data structures.
Below is what you're trying to achieve.
```import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.Random;

public class OddOrEven{
public static void main(String[] args) {

Random randomGen = new Random();
int randomNumber = 0;

ArrayList<Integer> evenNumbers = new ArrayList<Integer>();
ArrayList<Integer> oddNumbers = new ArrayList<Integer>();

for (int i = 1; i <= 100; i++){
randomNumber = randomGen.nextInt(1000) + 1;

if (isEven(randomNumber)){
}else{
}
}

int numberOfIterations = evenNumbers.size() > oddNumbers.size() ? evenNumbers.size() : oddNumbers.size();

String currentEven, currentOdd;
System.out.println("Iteration\t" + "Even\t" + "Odd");

for (int i = 0; i < numberOfIterations; i++){
if (i < evenNumbers.size()){
currentEven = "" + evenNumbers.get(i);
}else{
currentEven = "";
}

if (i < oddNumbers.size()){
currentOdd = "" + oddNumbers.get(i);
}else{
currentOdd = "";
}

System.out.println( i+1 + "\t\t" + currentEven + "\t" + currentOdd);
}

System.out.println("Total:\t\t" + evenNumbers.size() + "\t" + oddNumbers.size());
}

public static boolean isEven(int n) {
if ((n % 2) == 0)
return true;
else
return false;
}
}

```

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