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Part 1 : Filling An Array With User Input: Processing All Elements Of An Array Check the ParamReturnValuePractice.java, and fill in the ???
Part 1: Filling An Array With User Input: Processing All Elements Of An Array
Check the ParamReturnValuePractice.java, and fill in the ??? with return value & parameters for each of the given methods. Only AFTER you've set up return values & parameters for ALL the methods should you go back & start filling them in. Then uncomment the code in the main method and test your work by running the program. Explain (using comments in the code) why you made the choices you did, and why those choices are better than any alternatives.
Part 2: Practice Using Arrays: Processing All Elements Of An Array
Continue using the ParamReturnValuePractice.java file. At the end of the main method, create array of doubles that has space enough for five separate values. Write while loop that will set the value of the first 5 elements of your array to the numbers 6 through 10. Then write for loop that will print out the first 5 elements of your array.
class PrintHelper extends Object
public double getTemperatures()
double temps = new double; temps = 5.6; temps = 2;
for( int i = 2; i < temps.length ; i++)
temps[i] = (i + 1) * 3 + 17;