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This can be difficult to locate using the JDK HTML documentation; you must remember either “parse” or that it’s part of class Float. println( ); the latter terminates the current line by writing the line separator string. java /****************** Exercise 5 ***************** * Create a class called Dog with two Strings: * name and says. ". Then display their names and * what they say. says); } } /* Output: spot says ruff! scruffy says wurf! *///:~ This walks you through the basics of objects, and demonstrates that each object has its own distinct storage space.
The program uses a ternary if-else operator to produce output. ) NOTE: You will normally create a Random object with no arguments to produce different output for each execution of the program. Otherwise it can 26 Thinking in Java, 4th Edition Annotated Solution Guide hardly be called a simulator. In this exercise and throughout the book, we use the seed value of 47 to make the output identical, thus verifiable, for each run. java /****************** Exercise 8 ***************** * Show that hex and octal notations work with long * values.
You can see that anything that doesn’t match one of the cases goes to the default statement. java with the breaks removed. println("default"); } } } /* Output: default case 1 case 2 case 3 case 4 case 5 default case 2 case 3 case 4 case 5 default case 3 case 4 case 5 default case 4 case 5 default case 5 default default *///:~ Without the break, each case falls through to the next one. When you select case 1 you get all the other cases as well, so you’ll almost always want a break at the end of each case.