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Same thing is going on in India since last month, who knows how much truth is in that.
Randy Maddocks wrote:.....#MeToo movement and so many male celebrities, in particular, being accused of various questionable actions towards female co-workers, associates, etc.... That's not to say I am against a movement like that, it's great to see something like that that can empower women.
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Thank you so much Jean.
Jean-Marcel Belmont wrote:Sorry everybody but it looks like I got swapped with John Horton, I didn't write this book unfortunately but John Horton did
Jeremiah Waters wrote:I'm trying to create a code that will compare two Strings to determine if the first word should be placed before or after the second word in the dictionary
I think the same.
Carey Brown wrote:however I still feel that toString() should call it otherwise there's nothing to guarantee that it is called before toString() is called.
Just a doubt.
Carey Brown wrote:You might want to consider putting the logic in your compare() method directly into your toString() method and then do away with compare() and the member variable "compare". Seems like that would be cleaner.