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Unformatted text preview: ch variable. In the declaration above, the name of the variable is
integer_from_keyboard. Variable declarations, like all Java statements, must be terminated with a semicolon (;).
Program Game.java, presented as a program description on the following page
opening, is an example program where two variables of type int are declared and used.
The program is an extremely simple computer game. Unfortunately it is not a fair game
because the user of the program will always lose. The program always wins by presenting
an integer that is one larger than the number given by the user of the program.
A source program like Game.java is a text file in a computer's hard disk memory
before it is compiled. When a source program is compiled, we get an executable version of
the program. The compiler is a computer tool that can convert a source program into executable form. The compiler reads and processes a source program file in the same order in
which it is written. While compiling program Game.java, the compiler sees first the variable declarations and reserves main memory for th...
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