All I want to do is to ask the user to keep inputting a "1" for tossing the coin. The program should keep a running total of how many "heads" and "tails". When the the user enters "2" the program should output the running total for both heads and tails.
As it codes now, the user is prompted only one time because I wanted to test for bugs and for logic errors, keeping it simple.
Here is my test class:
And here is my source class:
Joined: Mar 17, 2010
NEVERMIND, I just figured out the answer to my question. Amazing how a cup of coffee will jolt the mind into powerdrive! :
I edited your post to have code tags. They preserve spacing and make code much easier to read. To use them yourself, you can click the button above where you type your post, the tags drop in, then paste your code between them.
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subject: Wanting to ask user to keep "inputting" at the command prompt until a condition is reached