Display numbers in reverse order

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You know that you can solve problems in many ways, right? Yes, of course you know that. However, in this particular task we'll ask you to recall the for loop and use it to perform some manipulations. Here's what you need to do: enter 10 numbers from the keyboard, put them in a list, and then display them in reverse order.
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miguel
Level 9 , Corredor
13 August, 19:30
I have the solution... But in IntelliJ Idea I have this ... Exception in thread "main" java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException: 10 at com.codegym.task.task07.task0704.Solution.main(Solution.java:21) Process finished with exit code 1 In codegym's page I don't have issues... Why??
John Squirrels Website Admin at CodeGym
14 August, 11:01
Please use the Help option within the task menu, if you are having issues with verification.
Jokeres
Level 24 , Budapest, Hungary
3 March, 14:28
maybe fix the description of the task: It's not "a for() loop" It's "for() loops" just because i was thinking on it for like 10 min when i gave up how the hell should i do it with only 1 for() loop and checked the correct answer where it had 2
Gellert Varga
Level 19 , Szekesfehervar, Hungary
11 July, 15:38
True, I'm not a professional English speaker, but didn't the requirement say "use a single for loop" or "use one single for loop"...
Roman Grygorczuk
Level 19 , Cracow, Poland
13 September 2020, 18:50
Be sure that you are reading integers from the keyboard
Derick
Level 8 , Saint John's, Antigua and Barbuda
18 April 2020, 01:54
Why am I get this wrong : Read 10 integers from the keyboard and add them to the list
Roman
Level 41
21 April 2020, 05:49
Please post your question with the attached solution in the section Help.
Philippe “Imissyou” Haavik
Level 8 , Bergen, Norway
11 December 2019, 17:35
Anyone having troubles. Ask yourself this question. Is it imported?
Zserbo
Level 22 , Budapest, Hungary
22 June 2019, 18:01
for any of you who get an error for the immediate initialization: You should use ArrayList in this task. Not a List.
Sourav Kumar Rana
Level 9 , Delhi, India
19 January 2019, 19:25
cannot find symbol symbol: class ArrayList location: class com.codegym.task.task07.task0719.Solution: Solution.java, line: 19, column: 8
Roman
Level 41
21 January 2019, 06:30
Please use the Help section within the task if you are having difficulties with your code.
Daniel Knox
Level 9 , Annfield Plain, United Kingdom
10 December 2018, 21:38
Would be nice if we could use an array since we know the size of it beforehand.