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Why would a car shut off within a block and not start back up for a while but will lose power every time?


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2005-02-09 20:08:47
2005-02-09 20:08:47

Howdy, one of the first things I would check is the fuel filter. How old is vehicle? pabblo@rockrounds.com

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It turns the End mode on. When you then press one of the arrow keys it will move to the end of the current block of data if you are in a block, or to the start of the next block of data if you are not in a block.

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Within a few weeks of coming to power.

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It depends on the set of numbers that you have and where, within that set, you start.

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It's rather confusing to try to describe the difference between these two. Let's look at an example of each.A procedure in Java would be a method. It looks something like this:void f(int n){System.out.println(n);}A block in Java is any bit of code contained within curly braces {}(Note that all methods must contain at least one block of code.)// This is still a method.void f(int n){ // This signifies the start of the method's main block of code{// This is the start of another (inner) block of codeSystem.out.print(n);System.out.println();}// This closes the previous block}// This closes the method's main blockThe confusing part comes when trying to describe each one. All procedures (methods) in Java must be contained within a block of code - the class block. However, all procedures must also contain at least one block of executable code.In conclusion: a block may be contained within a procedure and a procedure must be contained within a block.


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