My program gives an index out of bounds error

My program gives an index out of bounds error

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My program gives an index out of bounds error
Tag : java , By : ArmHead
Date : November 24 2020, 05:47 AM

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Index Out of Bounds exception in a big program

Tag : java , By : Thx1138.6
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue I'm writing quite a big program that is suppossed to display the following output: , Your for loop index is based on gradesMatrix
for (int k = 0; k < gradesMatrix.length; k++) {
if (numberGrades[k] > 89.5)
letterGrades[k] = 'B';

String Index Out of Bounds Exception Error for password program - NO arrays allowed

Tag : java , By : Nicholas Hunter
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue I wrote a program for class with the following requirements: , If you look at this block you might see the error:
char c1 = newpassword.charAt(0);
char c2 = newpassword.charAt(1);
char c3 = newpassword.charAt(2);
char c4 = newpassword.charAt(3);
char c5 = newpassword.charAt(4);

if (newpassword.length() < 5 || newpassword.length() > 5) {
    System.out.println("Your password must be five characters in length.");


Why does the index get out of bounds in this program?

Tag : python , By : Pradeep Gowda
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you For some reason I get an error in python 2.7 when running this and entering in my 26 letter key. It says that the list index is out of range. Any help would be greatly appreciated. ! (And I know I could've used a loop for the encrypter) , The problem is here:
for char in keystring:

Index out of Bounds error in a small Octave program

Tag : development , By : rixtertech
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times This is the code, it just calculates two outputs based on two inputs x and y. , You have a very simple error (probably a typo) in your code here:
nextX= x-((6*(x^2)*(y^2)*(x+y)-9*(y^2)((y^3)+14)-2*(x^2)*(5*(x^2)-69))/(x*y*(18*x*y+20)));
nextX= x-((6*(x^2)*(y^2)*(x+y)-9*(y^2)*((y^3)+14)-2*(x^2)*(5*(x^2)-69))/(x*y*(18*x*y+20)));

Java 8e: Logic error and Array Index out of bounds Exception in a program

Tag : java , By : Caleb Ames
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you aEvenList[iListControlE] should actually be aEvenList[iListControlE++] similarly other arrays countor are not set correctly. Your iLimit value is incorrectly being set.
The correct version is below,
import java.util.Scanner;

public class APComSci9p1 {// Start program

    public static void main(String[] args) {// Start Main

        // Initilize inputs
        Scanner scnKey = new Scanner(System.in);

        // Initialize Arrays
        int[] aOriginValues, aEvenList, aOddList, aNegitiveList;

        aOriginValues = new int[10];
        aEvenList = new int[10];
        aOddList = new int[10];
        aNegitiveList = new int[10];

        // Initialize Array index Variables
        int iInput;
        int iListControlE = 0;
        int iListControlO = 0;
        int iListControlN = 0;

        // Start Loop
        for (iInput = 0; iInput <= 9; iInput++) {
            System.out.print("Input value: ");
            aOriginValues[iInput] = scnKey.nextInt();

            // Start if/else
            if ((aOriginValues[iInput] % 2) == 0) {
                aEvenList[iListControlE++] = aOriginValues[iInput];
            } else {
                aOddList[iListControlO++] = aOriginValues[iInput];
            } // end if/Else
            if (aOriginValues[iInput] < 0) {
                aNegitiveList[iListControlN++] = aOriginValues[iInput];
            } // end if
        } // End loop

        // Initialize Loop Specific variables
        int iLimit;

        // Start if/else #2
        if ((iListControlE >= iListControlO)
                && (iListControlE >= iListControlN)) {
            iLimit = iListControlE;
        } else if ((iListControlO >= iListControlE)
                && (iListControlO >= iListControlN)) {
            iLimit = iListControlO;
        } else {
            iLimit = iListControlN;
        } // End if/else #2

        System.out.println("    Even        Odd       Negitive  ");
        for (int iControl = 0; iControl <= iLimit; iControl++) {
            System.out.printf("%,12d%,11d%,12d%n", aEvenList[iControl],
                    aOddList[iControl], aNegitiveList[iControl]);

    }// End Main
}// End program
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