Assume that dataTransmitter is a variable that refers to an object that provides a method, named sendDouble. There is one double argument for this method. Assume that a double variable called x has already been declared and initialized to some value. Invoke the method, using this variable’s value as an argument.

Assume that dataTransmitter is a variable that refers to an object that provides a method, named sendDouble. There is one double argument for this method. Assume that a double variable called x has already been declared and initialized to some value. Invoke the method, using this variable’s value as an argument.

LANGUAGE: JAVA

CHALLENGE:

Assume that dataTransmitter is a variable that refers to an object that provides a method, named sendDouble. There is one double argument for this method.
Assume that a double variable called x has already been declared and initialized to some value. Invoke the method, using this variable’s value as an argument.

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