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How to get the value which I sent via System.out.println?

java,system.out
Sorry I searched a lot but could not find an answer to it. If there is , I a apologize and please let me know. If I have sent an value via System.out.println or .print is there any way to get it ? I mean after sending get all values...

Algorithm output to length starts new line

java,arrays,integer,string-formatting,system.out
I am trying to format the output from what I have written to display a list of primes (Eratosthenes) to a certain number results per line. Do they need to placed into an Array to accomplish this? I have not come across a way to implement their division besides .split("");,...

Return statement for a string array giving strange result

java,arrays,string,return,system.out
I am creating a String array and using System.out.println to print the values in the array. All good and works as expected, returning [South Africa, England] but the code won't compile unless I include a return statement, but the return statement just dumps out a load of garbage "[Ljava.lang.String;@85bdf6". Is...

Reading System.Out

java,system.out,system.err
So, what I want to do is basically filter everything that is passed through System.out and System.err, is it possible to apply a filter of some sort or to create my own OutputStream to divert System.out with, and then process it normally? Edit for clarity: To clarify, I need to...

What is the benefit of using System.out.print over System.out.printf?

java,printf,system.out,printstream
I have a question similar to Is there a good reason to use "printf" instead of "print" in java?. That question asks and is answered about the benefits of using System.out.print over System.out.printf. I am curious about the benefits to using System.out.print over System.out.printf in the first place. In my...

The Result is not coming in correct format in Java code

java,string,algorithm,stringbuilder,system.out
Here in I want the Stringbuilder to append the result of each calculation. But its not coming in the correct format. In the code I am trying to find all the comman factors of two numbers and getting the kth value. But my result is not coming in the expected...

System.out.print . How do you get the printed output to be numbered? (Java)

java,output,system.out
So assuming I am printing out a huge record of 500 staff members. And upon printing out the record I would like it to look something like: 1. Matthew J. $USD 28.404 2. Donna M. $USD 43.254 3. Jordan D. $USD 15.532 4. 5. 6. 7. and so on...... However...with...