Java problem - prob simple!

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  • Thread starter lavster
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  • #1
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hey - any idea why the following bit of code only stores one of my answers, and not both in an array like i was hoping?
thanks

Code:
1 /*
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  3  * and open the template in the editor.
  4  */
  5 package gose1b;
  6 
  7 import java.util.ArrayList;
  8 import java.util.List;
  9 
 10 /**
 11  *
 12  * @author StudentPcOne
 13  */
 14 
 15 
 16 public class Controller { //class def eg controller could be person
 17  
 18  private View myView; 
 19  private Assessment myAssessment;
 20  private Question2 myQuestion1 = new Question2(); 
 21  private Question2 myQuestion2 = new Question2(); 
 22  private List myQuestion_list = new ArrayList(); 
 23 
 24  public Controller(){ 
 25   
 26 myQuestion1.setQuestion_s("What is your name: "); 
 27 myQuestion2.setQuestion_s("What is your Date of Birth"); 
 28         
 29 myQuestion_list.add(myQuestion1);
 30 myQuestion_list.add(myQuestion2);
 31         
 32     }
 33  
 34      public void Control(){ 
 35     
 36      
 37         
 38         myAssessment.setMyQuestionList(myQuestion_list);
 39        
 40                 myAssessment.setCount_i(2); //setting the number of questions to two
 41                 System.out.println("pig");
 42 
 43         List myQuestions_local = myAssessment.getMyQuestionList(); //collector class - retreive question from assessment
 44        
 45         Answer myAnswer_local = new Answer();
 46         List myAnswers_local = new ArrayList(); //list of answers for this class
 47         
 48         int myNumQuestions = myAssessment.getCount_i();
 49         
 50         for(int x=0; x< myNumQuestions; x++){ 
 51          
 52                   
 53             Question2 myQuestion_local = (Question2) myQuestions_local.get(x);
 54             
 55             String myQuestion = new String();
 56             String myAnswer = new String();
 57             myQuestion = (String) myQuestion_local.getQuestion_s();
 58                        
 59             myView.putOutput(myQuestion); //function defined in myView class which outputs question to user
 60                       
 61             myAnswer = myView.getInput(); //function defined in myView to get input from console
 62             myAnswer_local.setAnswer_s(myAnswer);
 63             myAnswers_local.add(myAnswer_local);//storing it locally ie in this class
 64             
 65             if (myAnswer.length()==0) // error message
 66                 {
 67                     if (x==0){
 68                System.out.println("PLEASE ENTER YOUR NAME \n (no answer was given previously) \n" );
 69                myAnswer = myView.getInput();
 70                
 71                     }
 72                     
 73                     if(x==1){
 74                         System.out.println("PLEASE ENTER YOUR DOB \n (no answer was given previously) \n");
 75                         myAnswer = myView.getInput();  
 76                
 77                        }
 78                     
 79                 
 80           }
 81          
 82             
 83 
 84             if (x==0){
 85            
 86             myQuestion1.setMyAnswer1(myAnswer_local);
 87            myView.putOutput(myAnswer);
 88 
 89             }                    
 90 
 91                     
 92             
 93             if (x==1){
 94                myQuestion2.setMyAnswer2(myAnswer_local);
 95                myView.putOutput(myAnswer);
 96          }
 97             
 98             
 99                                        
100             myQuestion_local.setDateAnswered();
101             
102                      
103         }
104         
105        
106                  
107                   myAssessment.setMyAnswerList(myAnswers_local);
108                   
109                                   
110         myView.showResults(myAssessment);
111 
112        
113         
114     }
115 
116     
117     
118     
119     /**
120      * @return the myView
121      */
122     public View getMyView() {
123         return myView;
124     }
125 
126     /**
127      * @param myView the myView to set
128      */
129     public void setMyView(View myView) {
130         this.myView = myView;
131     }
132 
133     /**
134      * @return the myAssessment
135      */
136     public Assessment getMyAssessment() {
137         return myAssessment;
138     }
139 
140     /**
141      * @param myAssessment the myAssessment to set
142      */
143     public void setMyAssessment(Assessment myAssessment) {
144         this.myAssessment = myAssessment;
145     }
146 }
147 
148
 

Answers and Replies

  • #2
217
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WORKED IT OUT

however, does anyone know how to delete threads - is it even possible

thanks
 
  • #3
jtbell
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What was the solution to your problem? It might help someone else who comes across this thread.
 

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