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Java array help

Tracie Marshall

Joined: Jan 24, 2010
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So, I have this code and I have an array of alphabets which I've copied into a new array. No I need to go through the array and print the vowels "a,e,i,o,u" in uppercase. I was wondering if anyone could help me.

Sebastian Janisch
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Joined: Feb 23, 2009
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I don't really get the sense of it but this should help

first, your array should be of type char and not String...

you can also iterate over the array using the enhanced for loop .

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Wouter Oet
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I don't get it either. Why are you using an arraycopy?
But instead of String.valueOf(c).toUpperCase() I would use Char.toUpperCase(c);

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