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Java Java Arrays Iteration Review Looping over 2d arrays

Heidi peralta
Heidi peralta
Courses Plus Student 4,961 Points

Is the standard variable name for an inner loop *not* "j"?

In a 2-level nested loop, the standard variable name is "i" and the inner loop is "j" as far as I understand, but the exercise's question comes back saying "j" is incorrect...Am I missing something?

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
218,861 Points

You are correct, but the challenge scoring may have confused you. I tried a little experiment and found that it can sometimes mark all the blanks wrong even if you only have mistakenly placed some of them.

But once you have them all correct you will get a successful result.

J is correct. What value did you use for boggle[ ].length? It's not j.