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Changing array I think and the print statement

 
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I want to change from Syste.out.printf() too println() on main program.

I also want to have not to rely on just five records in afile, have the ooption of having five or a 1000 without having to set the field vaule, is these possible?

 
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mike statham wrote:I want to change from Syste.out.printf() too println() on main program.


So do it. I don't understand the question.

I also want to have not to rely on just five records in afile, have the ooption of having five or a 1000 without having to set the field vaule, is these possible?


Yes. Have a look at ArrayList.

BTW, please split up that enormous line in your code. It really screws up the windowing software here.

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Why haven’t you got a Student class which encapsulates name and marks? Trying to run two arrays in parallel is error-prone and not good design.
You can have as many lines as you like, but they are a lot easier to add to a List than to an array.
Keep printf(); it is more versatile than println().
 
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