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Newcomers AppGameKit Corner / [SOLVED] Array of Cards as String

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Dillon
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Posted: 10th Apr 2020 18:20


So this is supposed to print the cards (2H, 3H - AH[ace of hearts]) then move forward to (2D, 3D) and so on. I think I'm messing up the array somewhere.

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Scraggle
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Posted: 10th Apr 2020 19:30 Edited at: 10th Apr 2020 19:56
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That code will print 53
The value of i at the time you ask it to be printed
Assuming the code above it didn't have errors - which it does.

Try this:
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Posted: 10th Apr 2020 21:53
Coming from netbeans makes this a bit difficult as the syntax and commands are not the same. I'm confusing myself along the way. Who know building a card game could be this difficult. Thanks for the correction though, really appreciate it. You should do some tutorials. What's available on the YT channel is extremely bare and following the guides sometimes isn't as clear as having someone explain.
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Posted: 29th Apr 2020 06:01
Quote: "Coming from netbeans makes this a bit difficult as the syntax and commands are not the same"


Of course not, this is a BASIC language while Java takes a C approach. But logic is pretty much the same in most languages. I used netbeans for many years but now moved on to eclipse.
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