public class Newspaper extends ExampleFD
There are four students: Algy, Bertie, Charlie and Digby, who share a flat. Four newspapers are delivered to the house: the Financial Times, the Guardian, the Daily Express and the Sun. Each of the students reads all of the newspapers, in particular order and for a specified amount of time (see below).
Question: Given that Algy gets up at 8:30, Bertie and Charlie at 8:45 and Digby at 9:30, what is the earliest that they can all set off for college?
Algy Bertie Charlie Digby Guardian 30 75 15 1 FinancialTime (FT) 60 25 10 1 Express 2 3 5 1 Sun 5 10 30 90
Algy order - FT, Guardian, Express, Sun Bertie order - Guardian, Express, FT, Sun Charlie order - Express, Guardian, FT, Sun Digby order - Sun, FT, Guardian, Express
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It executes the program which solves this newspaper problem.
It specifies a standard way of modeling the problem.
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public void model()
public static void main(String args)
args- no argument is used.
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