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Unformatted text preview: names of the variables
are integer_from_keyboard and
one_larger_integer. The variables are referred to with these
names later in the program. (c) Kari Laitinen import java.util.* ;
public static void main( String not_in_use )
Scanner keyboard = new Scanner( System.in ) ;
int integer_from_keyboard ;
one_larger_integer ; System.out.print(
"\n This program is a computer game. Please, type in "
+ "\n an integer in the range 1 ... 2147483646 : " ) ;
integer_from_keyboard = one_larger_integer integer_from_keyboard = keyboard.nextInt() ;
+ 1; System.out.print( "\n You typed in " + integer_from_keyboard + "."
+ "\n My number is " + one_larger_integer
+ "\n Sorry, you lost. I won. The game is over.\n") ;
} This line of source code reads an integer from
the keyboard and stores the read integer into variable integer_from_keyboard. The execution
of the program stays on this line until the user of
the program has entered an integer. The integer is
read by the nextInt...
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This document was uploaded on 01/20/2014.
- Winter '14