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    Array loops and while confusment

    Below is the code, and current print out.

    What I need todo is have the ability to have the input record be any vaule, other words onetime 5 records the next maybe 50.

    And should the printf be change too println?

    Is there away to add a print that displays A=2 B=1 C=1 D=2 F=1

    Code:
     import java.io.FileReader;
    import java.util.Scanner;
    
    public class Grades {
    	static public void main(String[] args) throws Exception {
    	
    		int avg = 0;
    		Scanner input = new Scanner(new FileReader("grades.txt"));
    		
    		int[] numGrade = new int[5];
    		String[] name = new String[5]; // stores name of each student
    		int[] avgMarks = new int[5]; // stores avg marks of each student
    		String[] letterGrade = new String[5]; // stores grade of each student
    		int totalMarks =0;  // stores total marks 
    		
    		for (int i = 0; i < 5; i++) {
    			name[i] = input.next();
    			avg = 0;
    			for (int j = 0; j<3; j++) {				
    				numGrade[j] = input.nextInt();			
    				avg += numGrade[j];
    				if (j == 2) {
    					avgMarks[i] = avg/3;
    					totalMarks += avgMarks[i];
    				}	
    			}
    		
    		}
    		
    		// get the grade 
    		
    		for (int i=0; i<5; i++) {
                        
                if (avgMarks[i] < 60) {
    				letterGrade[i] = "F";
                
    			}	else if (avgMarks[i] < 70) {
    				letterGrade[i] = "D";
                
    			}	else if (avgMarks[i] < 80) {
    				letterGrade[i] = "C";
                
    			}  else if (avgMarks[i] < 90){
    				letterGrade[i] = "B";
                
    			}  else {
    				letterGrade[i] = "A";
                                    }
    		}
    			
    		for (int i = 0; i<5; i++) {
    			System.out.printf("%s\t has an average grade of  %d%%.  You will receive a %s in this class. \n", name[i], avgMarks[i], letterGrade[i]);
    		}
    		
    		System.out.printf("\nOverall Class Average is %d%%.",totalMarks/5);
          
          
          
          //generates three random numbers between 0 and 50, calculates the average.
          int one,two,three;
          one=(int)(Math.random()*(51));
          two=(int)(Math.random()*(51));
          three=(int)(Math.random()*(51));
    
          int average=(one+two+three)/3;
          System.out.println("\n\nThe following program generates 3 random numbers, then averages them.");
          System.out.println("\nThe average of\t"+one+"  "+two+"  "+three+"  is   "+average);
    
          
          
    	}
    	
    }
    Which prints the following

    Connie has an average grade of 85%. You will receive a B in this class.
    James has an average grade of 92%. You will receive a A in this class.
    Susan has an average grade of 52%. You will receive a F in this class.
    Jake has an average grade of 66%. You will receive a D in this class.
    Karen has an average grade of 77%. You will receive a C in this class.

    Overall Class Average is 74%.

    The following program generates 3 random numbers, then averages them.

    The average of 46 44 21 is 37

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    You need to resize your arrays if you plan on using a primitive array. This requires manually allocating a new array size and copying the existing data into the new array and discarding the original. The easier solution is to use an ArrayList as a collection, or a Hashtable to associate name => grades (Hashtable<String, ArrayList<Integer>>). That only works if the 'name' is unique.
    Printf versus println is really irrelevant. The only difference is that printf requires \n to be added for linefeeds.


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