6.2 Discussion. Review the textbook discussion related to Array and ArrayList, including available methods.
Review Internet resources listed in Resources – specifically TutorialsPoint and W3Schools. The Oracle Java Tutorial provides detailed information that extends beyond the scope of textbook reading, but it is quite valuable.
Navigate to the threaded discussion and respond to the following:List multiple reasons and use cases as to when and why an ArrayList is to be preferred over and Array.
IF I have an ArrayList of integer values, write the statements to define the ArrayList, declare two integer variables, then add these variables in element “i” and element “j” of the list.
Write the statements to define an ArrayList of card objects; given a card object reference variable ‘myCard’, replace an existing element with the ‘myCard’ object.
If you have questions regarding a particular question, make a posting in the appropriate thread.
The Java code developed for steps a, b, and c does not need to be ‘syntax perfect’.
Respond to the questions raised by your classmates and assist each other in mastering the course material.
Help each other by providing places to look in the book or explaining a concept in your own words.
Your instructor will monitor these forums and provide input as necessary.
Your initial post is due by the end of the fourth day of the workshop.