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Part of my program displays a list of valid IDs, their pay, and a list of bad ids. Several of the values are.. empty I guess so they display as 0s. How can I keep that from happening?

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Much as I'd love to that isn't an option. I just need them to not show up.

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Edit: Took out code because it wasn't really necessary.


And my brother in law said "It's printing 0's because you initialized them to 0, and you didn't set a value in goodEmpIds or totalPay for bad IDs. If goodEmpIds[ct] is zero then you know it's bad, and the ID would be in badEmpIds[ct] instead.".... but I can't seem to understand what he's saying :(

Edited by Seriss: n/a

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Thank you so much. You helped me solve my problem. After I posted that bit there I went and looked at it some more and did what you said. Tested with if(goodEmpId > 0) in the print method and it printed perfectly.

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