The problem goes like this: Make the program throw the coin 100 times. Then sum the 1s and 2s. I succesfully made the throwing part with Math.random and for, but how can I sum the output 1s and 2s?
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I don't like to see arithmetic with Math#random() to get an int. See this discussion. If you have a binary choice, either one thing or a second, consider Random#nextBoolean() instead. Somebody hasalready suggested a method with a boolean return type.
posted 1 week ago
Junilu Lacar wrote:The idiom for iterating 100 times in Java is . . .
There is another reason for that idiom: it always works on arrays, etc., without throwing an out of bounds Exception.
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