# Welcome to Computer Programming

 HWJ5 - Loop exercises: Start with the file below and use it to create the 8 methods described. ``````/** * HWJ5 Exercises to practice with loops * * @author (your name) * @version 1.9 */ import java.util.Scanner; public class HWJ5_Loops { //class practice below public static void classPractice() { } //create a FOR loop that will print Lacrosse is not a sport 20 times public static void printLacrosseFor() { } //create a WHILE loop that will print Dont Be Late Jones 50 times public static void printJonesWhile() { } //that will print the numbers from 1 to max on one line like 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,....,150 [if max was 150] (advanced - note: no comma at end) public static void printNumbers(int max) { } //that will print the odd numbers from start to end; assume start is odd. public static void printOdds(int start, int end) { } //that will insult the user and then say do you want another insult (y or n) //if they say y it will repeat, if they so n it will end. [advanced - have it choose from 1 of 5 insults randomly] public static void insultUser() { Scanner scan=new Scanner(System.in); System.out.println("Type in a string"); String theString=scan.nextLine(); } //Create a method that will count down from 10 and then say takeoff public static void countDown() { } /* * this method will print out all the multiples of 11 up to 1000 * 11,22,33, so */ public static void multiplesOf11() { } /* * this method will add all the numbers between (and including * firstNum and endNum * if they put in 5,10 it would add 5,6,7,8,9,10 =45 * int sum=0; * for (start at startNum go to endNum, increment one each time) * sum=sum+i; */ public static void firstToLastNum(int firstNum, int endNum) { } /* * this method will start at startNum and print 20 numbers more than startNum * then when it hits startNum+20 it will count down to startNum * for example you say put in 50 it will print 51 52 53...68 69 70 then 70 69... 52 51 50 * 2 for loops 1 loop going up , one loop going down. * */ public static void upDownNumbers(int startNum) { } /*********************************************************************************************************************/ // Advanced below - there are six, advanced must do between 1-6 [depending on your level] /*********************************************************************************************************************/ /* * Using the scanner class, ask the user to say my name (borland) * if they say anything but borland, say thats not my name, say my name! * and repeat this until they say my name. * [you can of course change it to your name] * for high flyers, see if you can come up w/ a way that case doesnt matter [look at api] */ public static void sayMyName() { Scanner scan=new Scanner(System.in); System.out.println("Type in a string"); String theString=scan.nextLine(); } /* * Using the scanner class, ask the user how many numbers you want him * to average. * Then read in that many of numbers and spit out average */ public static void findAvg() { Scanner scan=new Scanner(System.in); System.out.println("Type in a number"); int x=scan.nextInt(); } /* * this method will print * then ** then *** for 10 rows * so it would look like * * so it would look like ** * so it would look like *** and so on */ public static void printStars() { //hint declare a variable String stars="*"; and each time in a for loop // say stars=stars+"*"; this would add another * to stars. // so your code will be in a for loop that repeats 10 times } /* * this method will print will print all the leters in a line of its own * for example if you put borland it would then print "give me a b" * give me a "o" * give me a "r".... * */ public static void cheerLeaders(String word) { } //that will solve this puzzle: how many numbers between 1-1000 have a product of their digits greater than 50 like 439 is 4*3*9 which is greater than 50. //Print out all the numbers and say how many there were. public static void puzzleNumber() { } //Print out the first 30 prime numbers [you will need to know % (modulo operator) which gives the remainder, like 5%2 is 1 or 40%8=0 or 13%5 =3 or 24%5=4] public static void findPrime() { } //Find the smallest positive integer that if it is divided by 7, 9, and 11 the remainders are 1, 2, and 3 respectively. public static void puzzle2() { } } ``````