Im having difficulty with two programs im trying to run. For the first one here is the basic scheme:
A user inputs a value to adjust a knob to an acceptable value between 0 and 100. So lets say the user inputs 7, the program is to display a message saying the current value is 7 right right after it asks for the user input. Then it asks again for another knob change BUT if the user enter like -300 or 200 (anything higher then 100 or below 0) ONLY a warning message is to pop up AND the value must not be changed (THIS IS the part which kills me). How do I make it so when a bad value comes up the the original good value is kept (the 27 for example) and is kept again if the user inputs a bad value (when it displays the current value again). Here is my code so far. My Test Class:
Hi Mark. Have a think about this pseudocode. If it does what you require, have a go at writing it in Java.
Joined: Oct 09, 2005
Alright cool! Got it, and all I was missing was one dumb else statement with proper coding. One thing that still now I need to check up on is why I keep on getting 0.0 for a reading when my getPosition method is called from the test class. [ October 10, 2005: Message edited by: Mark Shrauve ] [ October 10, 2005: Message edited by: Mark Shrauve ]
subject: Minor problem which im pulling my hair out over