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still the question about the array

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From: Haolin W.
Date: Sun 29th Mar 2020, 11:46am


Please take a look at my response to your last question. It shows you how to display 
the elements exactly the way you want them.

Have you done Data Structures and Algorithms? What you're describing is a Queue, a 
first-in first-out data structure. For the algorithm of it, take a look at this link 


Again, for actually displaying the array the way you want it, refer to the codepen 
that I posted in the last post:



> Here is my last question link:   
> https://secure.csse.uwa.edu.au/run/help3403?p=np&a=50&all=y2
> actually, the thing i try to do is, make a special calculator which can store the 
> previous compute result inside (has the results recording function). For 
> instance, i compute "1+1=2", then the calculator will store the result "2" in the 
> array. Same with this, i can store six result in this array, if the array is 
> full, the oldest one(array[0]) will be deleted and replace by the array[1], all 
> element push left for one array size and the newest result will insert at the end 
> of array.
> the problem is, how can i show the result with the style like this below? i want 
> to let this show in my html page
> 1
> 2
> 3
> 4
> 5
> 6
> same with what i said in last topic, i try a lot of ways, but the result that 
> shows inside of the html page can only be the 1,2,3,4,5,6, not the style what i 
> need. i want them to looks separately. i know in java, we can do it like use for 
> loop and println to print each array elements out, so is it possible to achieve 
> it in JavaScript?
> it is really not an easy thing to describe, because i can not post anything 
> related to my project code. if it is necessary, i can share my code with you, on 
> condition that you are the teacher of this course.

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├─ original   Sun 29th Mar 2020, 12:26am, ANONYMOUS
├─ THIS   Sun 29th Mar 2020, 11:46am, Haolin W.
└─ reply 2   Sun 29th Mar 2020, 3:18pm, ANONYMOUS  O.P.
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