Hi, Can somebody please give me the answers for these? How can you write a line of code for an applet's init() method that determines how wide the applet is? a) int width = this.getY(); b) int width = this.getSize().w; c) int width=getSize(); d) int width = getSize().w; e) int width = getWidth(); 2) Which statements accurately describe the following line of code? select all valid answers. String s = new String; a) This line of code is illegal b) s is a two dimensional array containing 10 rows and 10 columns c) s is an array of 10 arrays d) Each element is set to "" e) Each element is uninitialized and must be initialized before it is referenced. My answer for this: c,e. I don't have the actual answers
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the 10 array references are initialized to null.
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Joined: Jan 31, 2000
a)int width = this.getY(); //NO getY() returns the y coordinate b) int width = this.getSize().w; //NO getSize() returns Dimention,but it doesn't have a field as 'w' (Dimention has got 'width' as field) c) int width=getSize(); //NO, refer to b) d) int width = getSize().w; //NO refer to b) e) int width = getWidth(); //YES returns the width of the comp. regds maha anna. Jim, I saw your request in Marcus forum. Is this what you wanted to know?. Instead of < symbol put & l t ;(no space in bet) and for > symbol put & g t ( no space in bet). But in the other forum it is not displayed properly. <PRE> <pre> All your info typed , displayed as it is... All your info typed , displayed as it is... All your info typed , displayed as it is... </pre> </PRE>
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Joined: Jan 30, 2000
Thanks, m.a. The thing is, I know how to do that here, I just can't figure out how to do it in Marcus's forum. The software works differently there, and the & lt ; and & gt ; don't work. Also, here you can also just type "< pre >", and the spaces are enough to convince the browser that it's not an actual HTML tag, rather it's something to display. But there, everything between the "<" and ">" gets eaten.