Command Line Argument Addition Solver Version 1.0

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I wrote this code to help a student in his project in school he reach me through the Internet. I find the problem challenging and I want to expand my knowledge in Java programming.

Well about the code this program is a command line argument addition solver it will add the values given by the user via parameters. One of the strength of this code is that it can accept indefinite number of input values and then add the total sum of the values given by the user.

Another features that I include in this code is that it contains error detection routine which I develop to check whether the input values is an interger or alphabet by nature. If you find this code very useful please send me an email at jakerpo[email protected] or you can text me at 09296768375. Thank you very much and Happy Programming From Mr. Jake Rodriguez Pomperada, MAED - Instructional Technology :-D

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Nice work.

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