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      /*
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      * Program: Chapter 3 Lab 1 - Programming Project 8 on page 164
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      *
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      * This program caculates the solution to the cryptarithmetic
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      * puzzle TOO + TOO + TOO + TOO = GOOD where each letter represents
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      * a single digit with no duplication. It loops all possible
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      * values for each digit, ensures that the digit are unique, computes
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      * the sum, and if the equation is satisfied outputs the value
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      * each digit
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      * We must make sure to account for the possiblilty of carries when
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      * adding digits.
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      *
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      * Student Name: Kenya Hyatt
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      *
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      * Date: September 18, 2010
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      */
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      public class Ch3Lab1
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      {
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      public static void main(String[]args);
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      {
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      int t,o,d;
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      // Loop over all values for "T","O","G" and "D"
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      for(t= 0; t<=9; t++)
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      for(o= 0; o<=9; o++)
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      for(g= 0; g<=9; g++)
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      for(d= 0; d<=9; d++)
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      {
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      //Ensure uniquences foe each digit
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      if ((t !=o) && (t !=g) && (t !=d) && (o !=g) && (o !=d) && (g !=d))
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      {
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      // Compute rightmost carry and digit
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      int carry0 = (o + o + o + o) /10;
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      int digit0 = (o + o + o + o) %10;
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      // Compute second digit from right
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      int carry0 = (carry0 + o + o + o + o) /10;
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      int digit0 = (carry0 + o + o + o + o) %10;
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      // compute third digit from right
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      int carry2 = (carry1 + t + t + t + t)/10;
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      int digit2 = (carry1 + t + t + t + t)%10;
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      //Check if equation matches7
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      if((carry2==g) && (digit2==o) && (digit1==o) && (digit0==d))
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      System.out.println("The values are: T ="+ t + "O=" + o +"G=" + g +"D="+ d);
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      }// closes second if statement
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      }// closes first if statement
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      }// closes first for loop
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      }// closes main method
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      }//closes class
Comments
Seriously?

While silence is sometimes said to say a lot, in your case silence leaves one wondering, what is the question?

Mike

man... there are some strange curly brace placements in that code... I see that the for loops are iterating some ints, but I don't know what statement is being looped for each of them, there are no statements in them. I'm assuming the third curly brace is your body statement, and while java isn't my principle language, I don't know that the first two for's are going to do anything since they have no bodies... I could be wrong. I don't see any indentation, which is not an upset to the compiler, but hard for a regular sentient human to read well. I would try to run your code, but then I'd have to cut out all your numbers from the lines you clearly forgot to copy and paste as unformatted txt.

After extensive 'checking' I award your code and post a -2 for clarity and a +1 for application of cryptography to a clear text post, making it impossible for any mere mortal to decipher.

Here is a nice Java tutorial :)

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