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Android Build a Simple Android App (2014) Coding the Fun Facts Using an Array

360 Coders
360 Coders
1,820 Points

Declaring a String Variable

Help me with this question...ill need the answer to go on

Array.java
String[] sports = { "Chess", "Basketball", "Baseball", "Tennis", };
String bestSport = "Chess";
int numberOfSports = sports.length;
String lastSport = sports[3];

2 Answers

String[] sports = { "Chess", "Basketball", "Baseball", "Tennis", };

String bestSport = sports[0]; //the first element of the array is assigned to bestSport

360 Coders
360 Coders
1,820 Points

Thanks raaji, the first one was worked but your answer was more appropriate and i did it. thanks again

for the last part instead of hardcoding the number try String lastSport = sports[sports.length-1];

360 Coders
360 Coders
1,820 Points

Thanks man...it worked