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The Challenge1:39 with Ben Deitch
Let's see about creating an Array!
[MUSIC] 0:00 Now that we've learned about the arrays in Java, it's time for some more practice. 0:09 In this session, you'll be getting practice with arrays and for loops. 0:13 Let's look through what you'll need to do to complete the challenge. 0:17 Attached to this video is a new workspace. 0:21 Inside are a couple files to help get you started. 0:24 You may recognize Cow.java from a previous practice session. 0:28 But this practice session is about arrays. 0:32 So let's click over to Arrays.java and see what we need to do. 0:35 Start by creating an array of good cow names. 0:39 This should be a string array, and can be whatever names you'd like. 0:43 After that, create an array of cows that's the same length as your names' array. 0:47 Next use a for loop to populate the cows array with 0:53 cows using names from the names' array. 0:57 And finally use an enhanced for 1:01 loop to print the name of each cow from the cows' array in step two. 1:04 So at the end, 1:09 when we run the program, we should see a name of each of the cows in the list. 1:10 Also if you don't remember how to run a program, 1:16 remember that you'll start by clearing your workspace. 1:19 Then compiling your project. 1:24 And finally, running it with the java command. 1:32
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