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Java code compiling correctly in JCreator giving run time error in online compiler

 
thejwal pavithran
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hey guys i am frustrated..
please see this link :http://ideone.com/zuID1
i wrote the same program in c++ but it was giving a runtime error due to some non standard memory allocations..so even though im a javba noob ..i managed to write the same thing in java..the code might not be clean at all..as i said, i am still fooling around with access specifiers and i font have a clue on how im supposed to run this thing....the program works correctly in jcreator..please this links my earlier attempt..help..
http://www.coderanch.com/t/594816/CPP/code-not-compiling-online-compiler
 
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1. KeepItDown(⇐click).

2. It's not clear what your problem is. You need to TellTheDetails(⇐click).
 
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Your program compiles and actually works fine, for me. Not sure what you mean by "runtime error in online compiler"; can you explain a bit more what problems you're having?
 
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sorry for being a troll...

its working in the online compiler fine now..

okay now i have a cool head ill explain what happened..

there is an online compiler for java :

www.ideone.com

you guys should check it out..

I was having trouble comipling and running this code as I was expecting to give inputs in the normal way..during run time like it happens when you use a normal compiler(offline)..but what i missed was that in online compilers, you have to give inputs before you run the program. i figured it out now and got it.
 
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thejwal pavithran wrote:
you guys should check it out..


Why?

And for that matter, why are you using it?

(I'm honestly curious. I cannot imagine any reason why I'd want to check it out, nor any benefit it might have for me. And since you already have a compiler installed locally, I can't imagine why you're bothering with an online compiler either. But then, I don't have a very good imagination, so maybe I'm missing something.)
 
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Jeff Verdegan wrote:
thejwal pavithran wrote:
you guys should check it out..


Why?

And for that matter, why are you using it?

(I'm honestly curious. I cannot imagine any reason why I'd want to check it out, nor any benefit it might have for me. And since you already have a compiler installed locally, I can't imagine why you're bothering with an online compiler either. But then, I don't have a very good imagination, so maybe I'm missing something.)


its a very valid doubt..
actually this code is gonna be evaluated by somebody and that somebody uses this online compiler to evaluate the code..actually i coded this problem in c++ and it was working fine in my compiler..but it was giving a hell lot of errors due to the non standard memory allocation functions I was using..once i solved those issues, the compiler gave me run time segmentation error(yeah i am damn good at pointers!!).

So i managed to write this thing in java with the little knowledge I had...no wonder they say java is easy..

java was too good for the compiler and it had to give up and compiled successfully..

i think its good enough to glance through because if you dont have the time to install a jdk on a new system when you dont have your pc with you, this is a good tool for writing java programs..but it has its own limitations
 
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