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    how do you make rectangles using textpad? because my teacher didnt explain it well

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    Are you trying to create a program that creates rectangles via askii?

    Your post if very vague and you show a lack of any effort on your part to make an attempt to discover a solution.

    Maybe you can be a little more specific with what you are trying to do and show us what you have tried and explain where you are having trouble.

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    sorry im completely new to this and idk its part of my homework for intro to java its in chapter 2 of the bigjava book and he didnt really show us anything its something about string classes and objects or something
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    Well to better explain it to you, your question is fairly similar to you going onto a math forum and posting something along the lines of
    I have homework on equations with variables and stuff. How do I do it?
    We can't help you if we wanted to with the information you have provided.

    What is your assignment?

    Are you supposed to print a rectangle into the console, or are you supposed to make a txt file with a rectangle in it?

    its in chapter 2 of the big java book
    Great, you have a book! How much of chapter 1 & 2 have you read? Did they offer any information about the String class?

    Maybe you could be more specific on your assignment (pate it word for word if you have to).

    Also, nobody here is going to do your homework for you (under $75/hour that is).

    However, if you show some initiative we will be more than glad to help you [i]learn[i/].

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    ...its something about string classes and objects or something
    I'm having a hard time believing this is a serious poster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcoon3 View Post
    ... its something about string classes and objects or something
    Don't worry I know what that's all about.
    It's fairly easy to solve actually. It's all about some compilers stuff and a bit of programming, oh yes, and Java. Java should do it. Hope that helps.

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    well yea it helps a little but im confused as to how to even start it he just kind of told us to do it and the book doesnt help

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    Quote Originally Posted by r035198x
    It's fairly easy to solve actually. It's all about some compilers stuff and a bit of programming, oh yes, and Java. Java should do it. Hope that helps.
    Haha, ok, you're not all bad :D

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    If jcoon3 is serious, I suggest that he/she copy/typein a small, simple java program, compile it and execute it to see how that process works. Then try changing the program a little bit, compile and execute it.

    When that works. Start thinking about the process of programming and how to design and program his project.

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