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This code produces no output, but it is declared as an int and has been initialized, sort of. I expected this code to  something since it has been initialized if not a zero.


But this produces an output of zeros.

This code is from whizlabs test questions



And what is the difference between the two code snippet.
Your thoughts are welcomed.
 
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You might want to try printing the length of the arrays using System.out.println(ints.length); and observe the output in both the cases.
 
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With the first code the length prints nothing.
The second code prints length of 3;
 
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Kelvin Okornoe wrote:With the first code the length prints nothing.
The second code prints length of 3;


It can't print nothing. It must print a number.
 
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Paul Anilprem wrote:It can't print nothing. It must print a number.


I guess Kelvin put System.out.print(ints.length) inside the for loop...

Kelvin, if that is the case, put the print statement above of the loop.
 
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