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BJP3 Exercise 5.4: randomX

Added by: Leslie Ferguson on 2013/04/01
Keywords: Random, while

(This problem is a modified version of Chapter 5's randomX exercise from the textbook.)

Write a method named randomX that keeps printing lines, where each line contains a random number of x characters between 5 and 19 inclusive, until it prints a line with 16 or more characters. For example, the output from your method might be the following. Notice that the last line has 17 x characters.


(Because this problem uses random numbers, our test cases check only the general format of your output. You must still examine the output yourself to make sure the answer is correct.)

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