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Java Java Data Structures Organizing Data Interfaces

Mark VonGyer
Mark VonGyer
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Example.java code

Does anyone have the Example.java code before this video they could copy for me please? I've lost mine :(

2 Answers

This is Example.java from a new workspace at the start of this video, hope that's what you're looking for:

Example.java
import java.util.Arrays;
import java.util.Date;

import com.teamtreehouse.Treet;

public class Example {

  public static void main(String[] args) {
    Treet treet = new Treet(
      "craigsdennis",
      "Want to be famous? Simply tweet about Java and use " +
      "the hashtag #treet. I'll use your tweet in a new " +
      "@treehouse course about data structures.",
      new Date(1421849732000L)
    );
    Treet secondTreet = new Treet(
      "journeytocode",
      "@treehouse makes learning Java sooooo fun! #treet",
      new Date(1421878767000L)
    );
    System.out.printf("This is a new Treet:  %s %n", treet);
    System.out.println("The words are:");
    for (String word: treet.getWords()) {
      System.out.println(word);
    }
    Treet[] treets = {treet, secondTreet};
    Arrays.sort(treets);
  }

}