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Java

Idelle Diaz
Idelle Diaz
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The (:) in a for-each loop

What does " : "mean in a for-each loop in java?

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james south
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james south
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it basically means 'in'. for(String a : myArray) would loop through each element of myArray with the looping variable a, so it's like for each String (a) in myArray.....