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I am making an arbitrary size multi dimensional array of object Square...the size of the array is decided by the args array casted to an int. The array of squares is for a game of "lines". Hopefully you know that game because i don't want to explain it. The problem i am having is that i cant figure out how to set the top,bottom,left,right sides of the squares when the user enters the place where they want the line placed. I think opnce i can figure this out i can figure out how to reference the output board to output "marked line". Some of the code listed below has some arbitrary code commented out...pretend thats already deleted

Heres the code i have:
(3 classes)

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please reduce the amount of code included in the post to a minimum - remember, you want people to easily understand your code and see your problem.

E.g. for the class Square, this is enough:

Please edit your post (don't post a new one) - this will increase your chance of getting helpful replies.
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