I created a simple array in reverse order. Why? Because if I was stuck in the middle of a line I used to have to type out, it would be easy to mess up. I also created a little bit of a bonus function, which would be nice if someone were to create a function that would reverse the array.
As it turns out, reverseArray() is one of those functions that is so useful, you can spend hours writing code to reverse it, and then you forget it existed. Actually, that happens quite a lot. This is especially the case when it comes to arrays. Most programming languages have built-in functions that reverse the array, but that’s not true for Java.
This is a problem because most programmers forget that reverseArray exists. Most programmers have a function that does what reverseArray does, but they forget its name. For example, let’s say you want to reverse an array, and you want to show it in reverse order.
This is a pretty common problem. Most people have a function that reverses an array. Like a lot of functions, this one is broken. In Java, reverseArray is not an array function. But no matter, the reverse of a Java array is a Java array function. In fact, Java has a bunch of array functions for you to use. But when you reverse an array, you still need to know what each of these functions do.
Now, here’s the fun part. reverseArray can reverse a Java array, but it can also reverse a Java array in reverse order. The first part is easy. If you know how to reverse a Java array, there’s no need to know how to reverse a Java array in reverse order.
The reverse of a Java array is the reverse of a Java array.
Reverse is a reverse function, and in Java the reverse of a Java array is the reverse of a Java array. If I reverse a Java array, I can reverse the reverse of a Java array. The reverse of a Java array is the reverse of a Java array and the reverse of a Java array is the reverse of a Java array.
Array.reverse() is a function that takes an array and reverses it. The reverse of an array is the reverse of an array. The reverse of an array is another array. The reverse of another array is another array, and so on.
This is a very important concept called the “reversed loop.” This is a basic rule of functional programming. It says that when you have a list of functions, you can call them in turn, and each time you call them in turn, they call back, and so on, and so forth.