import java.util.Random;
   import java.util.Scanner;

   public class RandomDeck
   {

      String suit[] ={"Diamonds" , "hearts" , "spades" , "clubs"};
      String face[] = {"A" , "Two" , "three" , "four" , "five" , "six" , "seven" , "eight" , "nine" , "ten" , "jack" , "queen" , "king"};
      String cards[] = new String[52];
      int deck[];
      int temp;
      int RanNum;

      public void Deck()
      {
         for(int i = 0; i < cards.length; i++)
         {
            int y = i%13;
            int z = i/13;
            cards[i] = (face[y] + "of" + suit[z]);
         }

      }

      public void Shuffle()
      {
         String dummy = null;

         for(int y = 0; y < deck.length; y++)
         {
            int x = RanNum.nextInt(52);

            deck[y] = temp;
            deck[y] = deck[x];
            temp = deck[x];
         }
      }
      public void Deal()
      {
         for(int x = 0; x < deck.length; x++)
         {
            int x = pass.nextInt(1);
            int z =  card.nextInt(1);

            System.out.println("pass out cards to user");
            System.out.println("pass out cards to computer");
         }
      }


      public void DeckPrint()
      {
         int y = 4;

         for(int x = 0; x < deck.length; x++)
         {  
            System.out.printf("%-19s", deck[x]);

            if ( x == y )
            {
               System.out.println();
               y = y + 4;
            }

         }
      } 
   }

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