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help printing output

Troy Johnson

Joined: Sep 24, 2003
Posts: 20
Hello again. I am having trouble figuring out how to print and display the output of my code. I am trying to display the information when the program runs in the following manor:
Team 1 is up to bat:
Jason Crisp (average = 300.0) is out.
Rusty Johnson (average = 170.0) gets a hit.
Team 2 is up to bat:
Kevin McArthur (average = 375.0) is out.
Jason Harpham (average = 210.0) is out.
Could anyone offer any other suggestions or insight to what I am doing wrong. Thanks again.
Here is my code:
Lisa D'Aniello
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Joined: Sep 25, 2003
Posts: 42
At first glance, you're storing all of your player data in the same array index.
Hope this helps a little bit,
Lisa M.
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