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Java Java Objects (Retired) Delivering the MVP Determining if it is Solved

Praduman .
Praduman .
1,963 Points

determining if the game is solved....I can not figure it out day

Hey, did any body knows the answer of this question ,,, determining if the game is solved....I can not figure it out day

1 Answer

Rob Bridges
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Rob Bridges
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Hello, what they are asking for is to use operators to see if the game is solved, the first blank should be an operator to determine if remaining tries is greater than 0;

so remainingTries > 0; would do that trick.

They next want to make sure if the dunktank is already dunked, to make sure that it is not we can add an exclamation point in front of it, not in java. So, !dunkTank.isDunked();

would do that trick, next to make sure both of these conditions are true you combine then with an and statement or && in java.

it total it should look like this.

while (remainingTries > 0 && !dunkTank.isDunked());

filling in the blanks from left to right is >, &&, and !

Thanks let me know if this helps.

Praduman .
Praduman .
1,963 Points

thank you ,,, Rob