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Unformatted text preview: OR import java.util.*; //to import all classes in this package System.out System.out is a destination (object) to which we can send output. Commonly used methods are "print" and "println". In order to print out "Hello World" in a console, we can use a code: System.out.print("Hello World"); You can print out a primitive data type using "print" method as well as strings. To concatenate a string with a string, or a primitive data, you can use "+". For instance, int number = 10; System.out.print("The number is " + number); "println" method adds a carriage return at the end. Thus System.out.print("Hello World\n"); and System.out.println("Hello World"); will give the same result....
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2010 for the course CSE 71682 taught by Professor Nakamura during the Spring '10 term at ASU.
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