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Hui Zhao
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System.out.println(x.length);//nO PRINT OUT HERE

Nothing is printed out? Is the method getting called? I notice you call it inside a loop that depends on a conditional statement. My guess is that conditiona is always false.


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Hui Zhao
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I don't think so.
Please advise me to check
my passing argument is ok or not?
 
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