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I have a doubt with Assignment 6. I am not able to get the total number of the grains due to the long output.
Based on the example, I believe I should be using Walrus instead of Penguin. Could you tell me a clue if this going the right way?
I am also not sure what is : "The search for this class is the real meat of this assignment!"...
Could you kindly guide me here or provide me a clue?
Learning your way around the API is important. Use the clue given to find a class that will provide a good solution to this assignment. It's as simple and as complicated as that.
When you find this class, you will not need a Walrus or a Penguin!
(I changed the names so as to not give any clues to other drivers who are working on this assignment)
The class you need to find will most likely be in a package dealing with arithmetic!
Joined: Aug 30, 2010
Thanks for the hint.
I was trying to help fellow members who are trying, and I did post a PM to one of the forum members, as I didn't want to disclose it....It will ruin their fun in trying to work it out. and I was told to post it in the forum....But well, thanks a lot for changing it.
I managed to figure it out.
Thanks a lot for the prompt response.
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com