38 thoughts on “Learn Java Tutorial for Beginners, Part 10: Arrays

  1. Thanks for these great vids John. Quick question: In this example, when you code "i<numbers.length" the result is that it outputs all the numbers/values (up to 30 and 7), so I assume the ".length" reference means something like "stop when i is LESS than the last value in the array, plus one more placeholder value" … which would mean the same as "stop when i is EQUAL to the last value" … right?

  2. I am loving these Java tutorials. They go at an even and slow pace, which I like, and you really take the time to explain everything. All the other tutorials I found on Youtube went at an extremely fast pace. Thanks for making these.

  3. Thank you so much for sharing and uploading a very easy to follow tutorials , excellent choice of music
    I have a great diffeculty switching between Eclips ,and IntelliJ , can not get use to netBeans
    only when try to start class or project and packages ,
    You may have covered that in prevois video
    i will have a second look but if you have an idea where to look , thank you so much of excellent presentaion

  4. I don't know if anyone else has addressed this in other comments, but you're completely wrong on the century reference. There was no "year zero" We went from 1 B.C. to 1 A.D. This is why the confusion exists about when the 21st centuary began. It began 2001, not 2000.

  5. Why my program is not running ? 

          public class MyFibonacci {
        public static void main(String[] args){
             int febCount = 15;
             int[] feb = new int[febCount];
             feb[0] = 0;
             feb[1] = 1;
             for(int i=2; i < febCount; i++){
                 feb[i] = feb[i-1] + feb[i-2];
             for(int i=0; i< febCount; i++){
                     System.out.print(feb[i] + " ");

  6. very very good stuff. I´m attending to a spring course but I have not programmed anytime, but is very easy to follow and very nice and convinient in the voice music and image

  7. Im still struggling a little bit, im trying to get my code to simply count to 10 by…..declaring int i
    for (i = 0; i <= 10 ;i++);
    system.out.print(i); and it just say's 10! please tell me what im doing wrong, thanks for the tutorials by the way, their just what i was looking for. very well done.

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