I have two methods. One method was to set location of 2 points x and y. Another method was to copy that location. I used arrays. Well the program compiles but it doesn't display my values properly. Error message says: [D@af9e22. Does anyone know what this is?
Thank you
// MAIN

import java.io.*;
public class Display {

    /**
     * @param args the command line arguments
     */
    public static void main(String[] args) throws IOException
    {
        
BufferedReader stdin = new BufferedReader ( new InputStreamReader( System.in ) );   // Initiating a class BufferedReader
       // Variables to be implemented in called methods
       double x,y;
       String temp;

       // READING USER INPUT
      {
       // Reading x value
       System.out.println("x value: ");
       temp = stdin.readLine();
       x = Double.parseDouble( temp ); // convert temp to double using wrapper classes
       // Reading y value
       System.out.println("y value: ");
       temp = stdin.readLine();
       y = Double.parseDouble( temp ); // convert temp to double using wrapper classes
      }
     // Calling methods
     Point d = new Point();       // Initiating a class
     d.setLocation(x,y);              // Set Location method call
     d.pointsCopy(d.setLocation(x,y));

     System.out.println("Coordinates of points are:" + d.setLocation(x, y));
     System.out.println("Copied values of setLocation method are: " + d.pointsCopy(d.setLocation(x,y)));
    }

}

// CLASS POINTS

import java.util.Arrays;

public class Point implements Cloneable
{

    // instance variables 

    double points [];
    double x;
    double y;
    /**
     * Constructor for objects of class Position
     */
    public Point()           // This is a no-argument constructor
    {
    // initialise instance variables to zero
    double points [] = {0, 0};
    double x = 0;
    double y = 0;

    }

    /**
     * setLocation()
     * This method sets initial location of a point in 3D
     *
     * @param  x,y,z all floats
     * @return   none
     */
    public double [] setLocation( double x, double y)
    {
       

       
        // allocate space for the array
        double points [] = new double [2];

        for ( int i=0; i<points.length;i++ )
   {
        points[i] = i;
   }
        
        points [0] = x;
        points [1] = y;

        return points;
    }

    
    public double [] pointsCopy(double points [] )
    {
        double points1 [] = new double[points.length]; // Allocate space for all elements of array points1
       
        // Copy using System.arrayCopy
        System.arraycopy( points, 0, points1, 0, points.length );
        
            
        return  points1;
    }

    
}
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