Sara Dokaj wrote:... but when trying to run a application that wants jre it shows message that it need java run time environment 1.5.0 or higher to run.
I'm still trying to figure out if the code has been automatically compiled. I'm not sure what to click on to check if it automatically being compiled.
I don't know how to compile from inside of Eclipse. Is there someplace in Eclipse that will let me compile or do I need to do this from outside of eclipse?
Also is there a way to add the class to my command line that I have and run the program from within Eclipse without compiling it?
int is initialized to a=1 and while a <= to 4 update/increment a by 1 outer loop.
inner loop char x starts at 'a' and if x <= char 'c' update x char a,b,c,d... etc.
if a is equivalent to 2 and x is equivalent to b continue the first char loop;
print out a,x
so first loop a is 1 and x is a
if condition is not met so print out 1a
2nd loop a is 2 and x is b
2nd loop a is 2 and x is b so both if conditions are met continue to first char loop WITHOUT printing anything because of the continue statement.
and then i get lost...