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Hi all sorry if i have writen this in the wrong place only i dont have a clue how to use the forum :tazz:
I have to write a program using a for loop adding numbers toether like 1 to 10 or 1 to 20 even 1 to 10,000 struggling a bit with it can any one help!
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Yeah I'm mildly versed in Java... Learned it over the past few months.

Sounds to me like you need a FOR loop


for ( int x=0; x<=10; x++)
newNumber = number1 + number2;

see, THIS loop will do the following.
initializes the variable x, at value 0, for the looping
while x is smaller or equal to 10, increment ( add 1 to x )
inside the brackets, a very simple equasion, adding number1 to number 2, giving the variable newNumber that value.

if you've got a specific problem, post some of your code. This is all i can do for now.

Hope it helps.
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