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Fibonacci numbers are integer numbers in the following integer sequence, such that every number
after the first two is the sum of the two preceding ones.
0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, ...
Write a Java program to get an integer number from the user, say n, and then prints the first n Fibonacci
numbers from that sequence. Also, save this sequence in an ArrayList. Then, get an integer number from
user, check to see if it is in the range of array elements and if it is valid, print the corresponding element to
that integer number.


What I have tried:

i have tried the code but it doesn't work
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Updated 9-Nov-20 21:09pm
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Dave Kreskowiak 27-Oct-20 16:55pm
   
If you don't show the code you have and describe the problem you're having, you're not going to get much help at all.

"It doesn't work" is about the most useless problem description in existence.
Rick York 27-Oct-20 17:30pm
   
If you need to write a Java program why have you tagged your question with C?
Patrice T 27-Oct-20 17:45pm
   
Show your code.
Gerry Schmitz 28-Oct-20 0:57am
   
You code you "tried" is what is referred to as vaporware.
Richard MacCutchan 28-Oct-20 4:09am
   
Why do you ask how to solve this in C, when the question clearly tells you to use Java? But whichever language you choose it is a relatively simple problem to solve.

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