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melun darshandhari
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Define the n-based integer rounding of an integer k to be the nearest multiple of n to k. using java array
 
pete stein
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My apologies. Post deleted.
 
Campbell Ritchie
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pete stein wrote: . . . Did I miss anything?
Yes, you did: it appears to be homework

But something else: I am not in a benign mood and think you are close to not being nice.
 
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:But something else: I am not in a benign mood and think you are close to not being nice.


Noted and sorry. Post deleted.

edit: also cross-posted.
 
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"Using java array"? So this would appear to be a question about Java. Not about some other language. Moving...
 
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melun darshandari, welcome to JavaRanch.

Please note a few things:

Your post looks like a homework problem. We don't like to do other's people's homework - homework is meant for you to learn, and you won't learn anything when somebody else does it for you. So, please DoYourOwnHomework.

Also, please UseAMeaningfulSubjectLine instead of something like "help" when you post a new topic.

So, do you understand the question in your assignment? Did you already write some code yourself? Where do you get stuck? If you want to learn how arrays work in Java, then have a look at Arrays in Sun's Java Tutorials.
 
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Apology accepted, Pete
 
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