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I am a little confused here. I am in a Java course at college and was wondering why these are wrong... They should be basically right in C++. <basically>. I have a book right here, so if I was on a desert island and had to do this to save the world, and the entire internet was down and the world's destruction was based on my knowledge of this I guess I could. However, I'm not on a desert island and the world is not subject to destruction based on my knowledge of this. (Ha-ha) I could attach the Java file if that's easier for to do. I'll add everything I learn to my notes for the course! Thanks a lot if you'll do it...

First question:

Second question:

Third question:

Remember, if you're kind enough to offer assistance, please tell me what you did so i can add it to my notes! You may think that this is an form of laziness, but I learn best this way.
 
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Under which category should I look?
 
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Brian Washechek wrote:
First question:
System.out.println("A word please:");
String inputString = in.nextLine();
String inputStringBackup= Inputstring;
System.out.println("Your word when attacked by the CAPS monster: " + toCaps(inputString));
System.out.println("Your word when attacked by the CAPS monster's son:" + lCase(inputString));
System.out.println("Your word in it's original format:" + inputStringBackup);

Remember, if you're kind enough to offer assistance, please tell me what you did so i can add it to my notes! You may think that this is an form of laziness, but I learn best this way.




Perhaps it would help us if you actually posted a question? It is just a bunch of code -- we have no idea what you are trying to ask.

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

System.out.println("A word,n please:");
//System.in.getln << inputString;
//inputStringBackup = inputString;
System.out.println("Your word when attacked by the CAPS monster: " + toCaps(inputString));
System.out.println("Your word when attacked by the CAPS monster's son:" + lCase(inputString));
System.out.println("Your word in it's original format:" + inputString);
}

}

I'm sure this bothers you seeing if my code will run. Could I get a link to a tutorial?
 
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Brian Washechek wrote: Could I get a link to a tutorial?


Here you go
 
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Welcome to the Ranch

As people have said, you need to express a question before anybody can give you an answer. I have added code tags, which you should always use, to your first post, and doesn't it look better
 
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Brian Washechek wrote:I am a little confused here. I am in a Java course at college and was wondering why these are wrong...


We have no idea, are these answers to homework assignments you got? How can we know that they are wrong if you don't tell us what your assignment is?

Note that Java is a completely different programming language than C++. In your second code snippet, you are writing things like cin >> tempvalue; - that is C++ code, not Java.
 
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Jesper de Jong wrote:
Note that Java is a completely different programming language than C++. In your second code snippet, you are writing things like cin >> tempvalue; - that is C++ code, not Java.




In addition to having code that is closer to C++ than Java, there are also a bunch of other issues, including ... trying to do mathematics (multiplication and division) with strings, having unbalanced parenthesis, and calling methods/functions that don't exist in Java or C++. etc.

Henry
 
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