Barbara Fischer wrote:Thank you Knute that you put in the work - really!
This is something what I really appreaciate and I hope that later when I am able to achieve a good command of Java coding - I give it back to the society or our community.
I solved the problem - there were an input and it was needed a Scanner. I created one inside the contstructor a (System.in) method(? - do I tell it correctly? ) and it worked.
I have a bunch of different task whic should be somehow solved - and also I need to put and store all knowledge from it. Could you help in that ?
Similiar like this - actually HackerRank challenges.
Barbara Fischer wrote:. . . if there is any easier or better way of thnking which I can pick up. . . . .
You can improve that a lot. I suggest you perfect each exercise before trying the next, rather than submitting code which “works”. You will learn much more like that. Perfect your interleaving program, and you can use similar techniques for substrings.
Barbara Fischer wrote:
We'll tell you.
Barbara Fischer wrote:How do I know that a code is enoug good? . . .