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Can anyone explain this code from ...Java 2 Part-1 the programmers exam - page 49

 
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public class Test{

public Static void main(String [] args){

int [] [] [] x= new int [3] [] [];
int i,j;
x[0]=new int[4][];
x[1]=new int[2][];
x[2]=new int[5][];

for (i=0;i<x.length;i++)
for(j=0;i<x[i].length;j++) {

x[i][j] = new int[i+j+1];
System.out.println("size = " +x[i][j].length);
}
}
}
 
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Check ur code...
In inner for loop, is it i<x[i].length or j<x[i].length
 
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There are a lot of things happening here. What exactly is your question about this code?
 
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opps...I am sorry...the inner loop is "j<x[i].length".

Can you tell me what the output is ...
 
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Just compile and run it.
//i = 0; x.length = 3; x[i].length = 4
size = 1
size = 2
size = 3
size = 4
//i = 1; x.length = 3; x[i].length = 2
size = 2
size = 3
//i = 2; x.length = 3; x[i].length = 5
size = 3
size = 4
size = 5
size = 6
size = 7
[ May 16, 2006: Message edited by: wise owen ]
 
Don't get me started about those stupid light bulbs.
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