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Recent posts by K Lana

Hi! I am trying to produce a calendar like the image Goal.png
However my code output can be seen in Current.png

Please could you highlight my printing error ?  


NB. I know this is not the best way to produce a calendar but the requirements are such that Strings must be used.


1 week ago
Thank you all for taking the time !  

  • Jeanne Boyarsky - thanks for the recommendations & the book! it's been a game changer for me.
  • Liutauras Vilda - thank you for changing the way I was thinking about all of this. I hadn't even questioned why I was iterating through. I have made the changes.  
  • Salvin francis, Piet Souris , Mike Simmons - Thanks for the suggestions, I am working my way through the OCP Java 8 book, once I am familiar with streams I will try it out.  



  • 1 week ago
    Hi, I would appreciate it a great deal, if someone would please, constructively, critique my code ?  

    Required methods :
    public static double min(double[][] a)
    public static double max(double[][] a)
    public static double mean(double[][] a)
    public static double median(double[][] a)

    Which compute the minimum, the maximum, the mean value (the average value), and the median reps.
    NB. For the median of an array with an even number of numbers in total return the average of the two medianvalues.



    1 week ago
    Thank you, Stephan
    2 weeks ago
    Hi! I just started learning Java. What is the best way to format data in an html file ?  Thank you in advance !!

    Given data as page.data where each line consists of exactly three Strings ( first, the kind of data entry, second, either an empty String or a String with a link, and third, a description).
    There is a method that reads in the data and stores the strings in an ArrayList.

    Goal : Use the to ArrayList to create an html page that looks like the standard.png attached.

    Problem :   What is the best way to format data in an html file, so that it looks like the standard.png ? Currently the file I have created looks like  progress.png  attached.



    2 weeks ago