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Trying to get rid of redundancy?

Ashley Kin
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Hi, I'm trying to get rid of redundance in this program by factoring? Thank you for any help! (Sorry, I'm not sure how to use clipboard)


Winston Gutkowski
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Ashley Kin wrote:Hi, I'm trying to get rid of redundance in this program by factoring?

Well, the usual way is to put repeated code into a method and call it instead. And it seems like you have 2 big blocks of repeated code. You might want to think about parameter(s) for that method as well, so that it's self-contained.

Winston


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Ralph Cook
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another way is not to post the same question in two forums. You've got this same one in "Java in General".

rc
Harsha Smith
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Ralph Cook wrote:another way is not to post the same question in two forums. You've got this same one in "Java in General".

rc


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Sven Eriksson
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Joined: Oct 20, 2011
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Hi Ashley

Easiest would be something like this:



Hopefully that might help some, but you could also write it in another method and call to it
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