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Paul Henry
Paul Henry
2,125 Points

In the for loop statement...

So we have

for (int i = 0; i < jacksons.length; i++)

Why wouldn't the loop stop before the last item in the array, if "i" must be less than the length of the array?

1 Answer

Simon Coates
Simon Coates
28,694 Points

0-based index (reflected by i being assigned 0 to begin with). the last index is always length - 1.