AP Computer Science A - Array Practice! Problem 4: Merge arrays

AP Computer Science A - Array Practice! Problem 4: Merge arrays
AP Computer Science A - Array Practice! Problem 4: Merge arrays
AP Computer Science A - Array Practice! Problem 4: Merge arrays
AP Computer Science A - Array Practice! Problem 4: Merge arrays
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A common array programming exercise for students reviewing arrays in Java - or practicing for the AP Computer Science exam! Students must write a method to merge two arrays and return the final array. Includes fully coded and tested solution!

Write a method that takes in two integer arrays, and outputs a single integer array that contains all the elements from both input arrays, in order.

int[] arr1 = {1, 2, 3};

int[] arr2 = {6, 5, 4};

System.out.println(mergeArrays(arr1, arr2));

>> [1, 2, 3, 6, 5, 4]

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