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Java

can someone explain to me what ":" this means in java for example in the case of a for loop for(Book tempbook:results)

can someone explain to me what (" : " ) means in java for example in the case of a for loop. for(Book tempbook:results){

1 Answer

Kayondo Martin
Kayondo Martin
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I assume you have an array or collection of Book objects called results, what "for(Book tempBook: result)" means is; for every Book object found in the collection "result"...do something(according to your following code). In other words, simply put, the : means "in"