Assignemnt #60 and Enter PIN


/// Name: Raff Lisbona
/// Period: 6
/// Program Name: Enter PIN
/// File Name:
/// Date Finished: 11/19/2015

import java.util.Scanner;
public class EnterPIN
    public static void main( String[] args )
        Scanner keyboard = new Scanner(;
        int pin = 12345;
        System.out.println("WELCOME TO THE BANK OF RAFF.");
        System.out.print("ENTER YOUR PIN: ");
        int entry = keyboard.nextInt();
        while ( entry != pin )
            System.out.println("\nINCORRECT PIN. TRY AGAIN.");
            System.out.print("ENTER YOUR PIN: ");
            entry = keyboard.nextInt();
        //1. They are both only applied under a certain condition.
        //2. A while loop repeats the same thing over and over untill it's right.
        //  An if statement enters it once in that condition.
        //3. The variable "entry" has already been initialized.
        //4. It repeats the while loop an infinate amount of times because there 
        //  is nothing to stop it from repeating.
        System.out.println("\nPIN ACCEPTED. YOU NOW HAVE ACCESS TO YOUR ACCOUNT.");

Picture of the output

Assignment 60