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Program DROPAGARKAR

By India_raising, NewsJunkie - 19 April '03
April 19 2003

Program DROPAGARKAR
by India_raising & NewsJunkie, 19 April '03

import java.util.*; /* * author : india_raising * concept : news_junkie * inspiration : gaurang * reviewed by : dhiresh,gullu,amit,gambit,shiva,..... * (dis)approved by : anil_ * rev : 1.0 */ public class DROPAGARKAR { private static final X=4 // note this is final variable , cant be altered private static final Y=8 // again final variable private double strikeRate; private int wickets; private double ecoRate; private int matchesPlayed=0; private boolean play_mode=true; public static void main(args String[]){ startPlay(); exit; } public void startPlay() { play_mode=true; wickets=2; ecoRate=3.4; strikeRate=28; System.out.println("*** play started "); while(matchesPlayed < X) { wickets++; ecoRate = ecoRate+1; strikeRate = strikeRate+2; System.out.println("*** playing "+matchesPlayed+1 +" match"); System.out.println("*** wickets taken this match = +wickets + " strike rate = "+strikeRate + "economy rate = "+ecoRate); if (matchesPlayed = X-1) { play_mode=false; wickets=0; ecoRate=6.5; strikeRate=38; System.out.println("*** wickets taken this match = +wickets + " strike rate = "+strikeRate + "economy rate = "+ecoRate); System.out.println("*** dropped from team for 8 matches , play in ranji trophey and come back again"); exit; } } } }// end class


After you compile and run this program, output is like this:

*** play started
*** playing 1st match
*** wickets taken this match = 2 strike rate = 28 economy rate =3.4
*** playing 2nd match
*** wickets taken this match = 3 strike rate = 26 economy rate =4.4
*** playing 3rd match
*** wickets taken this match = 4 strike rate = 24 economy rate =4.3
*** playing 4th match
*** wickets taken this match = 0 strike rate = 38 economy rate =6.5
*** dropped from team for 8 matches, play in ranji trophy and come back again

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