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 10072008, 02:53 AM #1Member
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Huh?
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 10072008, 03:09 AM #3Senior Member
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Not quite sure I follow you. Do you want them to switch values => trade1 = 50 and trade2 = 5 (hence the opposite)?
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like how do i tell it that the trade between those two is 10? so it would trade TRADE1 to TRADE2 therfore adding 5 to TRADE2.
 10082008, 02:34 AM #6Senior Member
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you must explain your concept of 'trade' clearly
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 10082008, 07:08 PM #8
Language barrier?
Not sure what "Trade" means, but from what I can tell it seems to be the following:
Java Code:int trade1 = 50; int trade2 = 5; int tradeRatio = trade1/trade2;// =10 int tradeDifference = tradeRatio  trade2;//=5 trade2 = trade2+tradeDifference;//=10
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You was asking how to DIVIDE?..?
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 10092008, 04:24 AM #10
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Yes, looking and his last code segment, seems to me he's asking about mathematical operation in Java. If so, better to study about mathematical operations in programming, (not specific to Java)
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