# – Loop Solutions

```1:  package nnloops;
2:
3:  import java.util.Scanner;
4:
5:  public class NNLoops {
6:
7:      NNLoops()
8:      {
9:          //oneToTen();
10:          //oddNumbers();
11:          //squareNumbers();
12:          //random4();
13:          //even(20);
14:          //powers(8);
15:          //areWeThereYet();
16:          //triangle();
17:          //tableSquare();
18:          tableSquares(6);
19:
20:      }
21:
22:      void oneToTen()
23:      {
24:          for(int i=1; i <11; i++)
25:          {
26:              System.out.println(i);
27:          }
28:      }
29:
30:      void oddNumbers()
31:      {
32:          for (int i=1; i<20; i+=2)
33:          {
34:              System.out.println(i);
35:          }
36:      }
37:
38:      void squareNumbers()
39:      {
40:          for (int i=1; i<11; i++)
41:          {
42:              System.out.println(i*i);
43:          }
44:      }
45:
46:      void random4()
47:      {
48:          for (int i=0; i<4; i++)
49:          {
50:              System.out.println((int)(Math.random()*10)+1);
51:          }
52:      }
53:
54:      void even(int n)
55:      {
56:          for (int i=1; i<n; i+=2)
57:          {
58:              System.out.println(i);
59:          }
60:      }
61:
62:      void powers (int n)
63:      {
64:          for (int i =1; i<=n; i++)
65:          {
66:              System.out.println(Math.pow(2, i));
67:          }
68:      }
69:
70:      void areWeThereYet()
71:      {
72:          Scanner scan = new Scanner(System.in);
73:          do
74:          {
75:              System.out.println("Are we there yet?");
76:          } while(!scan.nextLine().equals("Yes"));
77:          System.out.println("Good!");
78:      }
79:
80:      void triangle()
81:      {
82:          for(int i = 0; i<6; i++)
83:          {
84:              for (int j= 0; j<i; j++)
85:              {
86:                  System.out.print("*");
87:              }
88:              System.out.println("");
89:          }
90:      }
91:
92:      void tableSquare()
93:      {
94:          for(int i = 1; i<=4; i++)
95:          {
96:              for (int j=1; j<=4; j++)
97:              {
98:                  System.out.print("|"+ i*j +"\t");
99:              }
100:              System.out.println("|");
101:
102:          }
103:      }
104:
105:      void tableSquares(int n)
106:      {
107:          for(int i = 1; i<=n; i++)
108:          {
109:              for (int j=1; j<=n; j++)
110:              {
111:                  System.out.print("|"+ i*j +"\t");
112:              }
113:              System.out.println("|");
114:
115:          }
116:      }
117:
118:
119:      public static void main(String[] args) {
120:         new NNLoops();
121:      }
122:  }```

1. Colin Richardson says:

I could be wrong but tableSquares would not output the exact output from the previous page. You would want:
void tableSquares(int n)
106: {
107: for(int i = 0; i<=n; i++)
108: {
109: for (int j=1; j<=n; j++)
110: {
111: System.out.print("|"+ (i == 0 ? 1 : i )*j +"\t");
112: }
113: System.out.println("|");
114:
115: }
116: }

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Oops, you’re right, but it’s my example that’s wrong. I’ll change that. Ternary operators come later…
Thanks, Colin!

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2. blekdushi says:

the desired output from the previous page for tableSquares(int n) shows whitespaces and right-aligned numbers. The implementation above doesn’t match that. It would be good to point out in the example that alignment and whitespace matching is not part of the exercise or to adapt the solution.

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1. Tony says:

Thanks for the feedback! I think the problem is due to the WordPress rendering…

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