Operation: Benji! The Conclusion

This, dear readers, is the final installment of the epic Operation: Benji! series. After spending part of my summer trying and failing to learn Java through Eclipse, I have come to the conclusion that my only hope is to do a headstand on my Java Programming book and hope fervently that the rules of osmosis extend to information absorption as well.

Or pay attention in my Java Programming class. That could work too.

So, with no further ado, I say to you:

public class ByeBye {

    public static void main(String[] args) {

System.out.println(“Wish me luck, and many 100-percents on all my tests!”)

                                                              }

}

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About Aditi Ramaswamy

I am Aditi Ramaswamy... the History Hacker. I like history, and hacking. Occasionally, I attempt to hack history itself. Sometimes it even works. Oh, and in my free time I also double as the state of Virginia (we really need a state fruit).

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