I want to know why the values of bucky changed when the change() method was executed. In C++ that wouldn't change the values unless you used pointer for the method.
Please help me understand WHY
Problem with tutoial 32 in java beginner section
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· October 12, 2014
Oh... LOL... The reference is broken so a new object is created... That's genious. So arrays are passed by reference in Java. COOL!!!! That's way better. THANKS TO BOTH OF YOU!!!!
I appreciate your help!!
· October 10, 2014
When The change method is executing, the value of bucky[ ] is incremented by 5, and the new value is stored..
actually in java you are executing both of the methods under same class and I reckon In C++ you don't do it.. >.
may be this makes the difference..
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