Write the definition of a method printAttitude, which has an int parameter and returns nothing. The method prints a message to standard output depending on the value of its parameter. If the parameter equals 1, the method prints disagree If the parameter equals 2, the method prints no opinion If the parameter equals 3, the method prints agree In the case of other values, the method does nothing. Each message is printed on a line by itself.

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Write the definition of a method printAttitude, which has an int parameter and returns nothing. The method prints a message to standard output depending on the value of its parameter. If the parameter equals 1, the method prints disagree If the parameter equals 2, the method prints no opinion If the parameter equals 3, the method prints agree In the case of other values, the method does nothing.  Each message is printed on a line by itself.

LANGUAGE: JAVA

CHALLENGE:

Write the definition of a method printAttitude, which has an int parameter and returns nothing. The method prints a message to standard output depending on the value of its parameter.
If the parameter equals 1, the method prints disagree
If the parameter equals 2, the method prints no opinion
If the parameter equals 3, the method prints agree
In the case of other values, the method does nothing.

Each message is printed on a line by itself.

SOLUTION:

void printAttitude (int pint){
   if (pint == 1){
      System.out.println("disagree");
   }
   
   if (pint == 2){
      System.out.println("no opinion");
   }

   if (pint == 3){
      System.out.println("agree");
   }
}

3 comments

  • Chelsea says:

    void printAttitude (int input)
    {
    switch (input)
    {
    case 1:
    cout << "disagree\n";
    break;
    case 2:
    cout << "no opinion\n";
    break;
    case 3:
    cout << "agree\n";
    break;
    }
    }

  • Aike says:

    (ACCEPTED ANSWER:)

    void printAttitude (int pint){
    if (pint == 1){
    cout << "disagree" << endl;
    }

    if (pint == 2){
    cout << "no opinion" << endl;
    }

    if (pint == 3){
    cout << "agree" << endl;
    }
    }

  • Malcolm A. Morgan says:

    HERE IS THE C CODE:

    int pint;

    void printAttitude (pint){
    if (pint == 1){
    printf(“disagree\n”);
    }

    if (pint == 2){
    printf(“no opinion\n”);
    }

    if (pint == 3){
    printf(“agree”);
    }
    }

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