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hw1sol - CMPSC 20 Solution of HW1 Note In grading only...

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Solution of HW1 Note: In grading: only problems 3,5,8,9 were graded out of 10,20,10,10 respectively. The total is out of 50 and the average is 38.6 ---------------------------------------------------------------- 1- The output must be 0 regardless of the body of the method f(int x). This is because x is passed to the method by value rather than by reference. ---------------------------------------- 2- public class Counter { // the counting field private int c; // constructor initializes counter to zero public Counter() { c=0; } // setting the counter public void setCounter(int x) { if (x>=0) c=x; } // increment counter public void incCounter() { c++; } // decrement counter public void decCounter() { if (c>0) c--; } // accessor method public int getCounter() { return c; } // display on screen public void display() { System.out.println("Counter value is: " + c); } // A program to test the class public static void main(String args[]) { Counter cnt=new Counter(); cnt.display(); cnt.incCounter();
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course CS 20 taught by Professor Agrawal during the Spring '08 term at UCSB.

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