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  1. In Topic: Maven vs Gradle?

    Posted 15 Apr 2014

    You are not being Picky, it needs to gather some momentum.

    On a side note, soon your Rep will read L337, so i think it would be rich of me to put down your liking of Gradle :P
  2. In Topic: What kind of side projects are you working on?

    Posted 8 Mar 2014

    Currently working on two coding projects. Firstly is a web application for primary school English skills, sight words etc... Coming along fine and yes close family are pushing this project more so than me. My primary secondary project is a web services project using JAX-RS to implement a restful web service for ticketing/support. Basically providing the resource required to build on top an application for business/personal projects. It is quite robust and aimed more at business and those who for instance can deploy and operate Glassfish to serve the application. I am considering using something like Laravel to implement a lite version that can deploy on normal shared hosting etc...

    Completely unrelated to computing is a project of repainting the house and creating a nice rockery garden around a Gum Tree, that just kills anything that even dares grow at its base.
  3. In Topic: Finding the two highest scores for students

    Posted 2 Mar 2014

    Thanks Atspulgs for clarifying. Basically the way I would do this is the following.

    double highestScore = 0;
    double secondHighestScore = 0;
    double studentScore = 0;
    
    int size = 5;
    
    for(int i = 0; i < size; i++) {
      System.out.println("Enter Student Score >> ");
      studentScore = input.nextDouble();
      if(i==0) {
        highestScore = studentScore;
      }
      else if (i==1) {
        if(studentScore > highestScore) {
          secondHighestScore = highestScore;
          highestScore = studentScore;
        }
        else {
          secondHighestScore = studentScore;
        }
      }
      else {
        if(studentScore > highestScore) {
          secondHighestScore = highestScore;
          highestScore = studentScore;
        }
        else if (studentScore > secondHighestScore) {
          secondHighestScore = studentScore;
        }
      }
    }
    
    


    Something to that effect.
  4. In Topic: Finding the two highest scores for students

    Posted 1 Mar 2014

    Consider this section

    if(studentScore > highestScore) 
    {
      secondhighestscore = highestScore;
      highestScore = studentScore;
      Secondhighestname = HighestStudentName;
      HighestStudentName = studentName;
    }// ends if statement
    
    


    Your logic is wrong.

    Say you enter for the scores
    100
    80
    40

    Consider the fact that the first score is the highest, therefore after the very first entry your condition if(studentScore > highestScore) will never be met again as the highest score is 100 on the second iteration and the student score is 80.
  5. In Topic: which framework do u recommend to use?

    Posted 12 Feb 2014

    Laravel is pretty darn good, yii is something I am learning at the moment. I had a look into Zend but just don't see the point of such complexity... maybe i missed the ship with this or it instantly gave me a foul taste in my mouth. Not meaning to hijack the thread but anyone using Zend over the other Frameworks, if so what has brought this about?

My Information

Member Title:
Great::Southern::Land
Age:
29 years old
Birthday:
August 4, 1984
Gender:
Location:
Australia
Interests:
Surfing, coding and chillin out
Full Name:
Dane Leckey
Years Programming:
3
Programming Languages:
Java, C, C++, C#, PHP, SQL, Perl, Haskel umm probably more, some ruby for good measure.

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    fromTheSprawl Icon

    30 Sep 2011 - 01:55
    Duplicate friends though, it would be nice to have a double of friends so that if one is going somewhere far the other one could stay, hahaha
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    fromTheSprawl Icon

    29 Sep 2011 - 23:41
    But that would be like complaining to Bill Gates Microsoft Office crashed, haha. I think you're good friends but we're not and I'm not a paying customer so there ^^
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    fromTheSprawl Icon

    28 Sep 2011 - 23:44
    Hey there dude, thanks! Though right now the prophecy is still unfulfilled. It's strange, you appear 2 times on my friends list.
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    atlu Icon

    06 Dec 2010 - 09:51
    hiiiiiiiiii
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    Alex6788 Icon

    17 Nov 2010 - 08:59
    Ha ha yep :-)
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    DaneAU Icon

    19 Feb 2010 - 21:48
    Oh wow ^^
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    Raynes Icon

    17 Feb 2010 - 01:53
    You can add Haskell to your list of Programming Languages now, you prize winner you. :p
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