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Setting up variables, reading values, calculating and output
Variables example from a Well House Consultants training course
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   • Setting up individual variables, and arrays, in Java - some commented examples - [link]

Source code: Module: J703
public class Bnd {

public static void main (String [] args) {

// 1. Define variables and their types
        int passengers;
        double fare; // to hold cost per passenger
        double totalcost; // to hold total overall price

// 2. Set their initial values
        fare = 3.95;
        System.out.print("How many people are travelling? ");
        passengers = (int)WellHouseInput.readNumber();
                // N.B. say that it's OK as an integer

// 3. We can now calculate ...
        totalcost = fare * passengers;

// 4. And output the results!
        System.out.print("You total ticket bill will be ");

/* Sample output:

wizard:jn10 graham$ java Bnd
How many people are travelling? 5
You total ticket bill will be 19.75
wizard:jn10 graham$



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