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Trying to figure out how to create 3 columns for subtraction, using an overloading method. First column first number and largest, second number smaller number, and 3rd column what the first number subtracting the second number equals. I wasn't doing bad with begginer stuff in java till I started this and just can't figure out what I need to do. The actual instructions are:
Write overloaded Java methods that return the difference of two integers. Your methods should contain the logic to return the difference of the (larger - smaller).
Parm 1 TypeParm 2 TypeReturn Type
int int int double double double int double double double int double
Anyone able to help out. I know it is probably fairly easy, but I am just not figuring it out using the book I have. [ October 21, 2007: Message edited by: Walt Lee ]
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First, take a look at the signature, does it match the signature as required in your assignment -- particularly the return type.
But... the problem with your program is likely the printf() method. Take a look at the javadoc for that method again. The first parameter is the format string, which is just printing the heading -- it makes no mention of the parameters that follow it.