# Implement The Use if Arrays and Characters in Java Assignment Solution.

## Instructions

Objective
Write a java assignment program to implement arrays to solve problems.

## Requirements and Specifications

Source Code

```#include using namespace std; bool check(int v) {  return (-20 <= v) && (v <= 50); } void read15Ints(int* arr, int n) {  int counter = 0;  int val;  while(counter < n) {   cin >> val;   if (check(val)) {    arr[counter] = val;    counter++;   }   else {    cout << "Input value is out of bounds" << endl;   }  } } void showAllBySign(int* arr, int n, bool negative) {  cout << (negative ? "Negatives:" : "Non-negatives:");  for (int i = 0; i  if (arr[i] < 0 && negative || arr[i] >= 0 && !negative) {    cout << " " << arr[i];   }  }  cout << endl; } void showPositiveSum(int* arr, int n) {  cout << "Positive sum:";  int sum = 0;  for (int i = 0; i  if (arr[i] > 0) {    sum += arr[i];   }  }  cout << sum << endl; } void showArray(int* arr, int n) {  cout << "Array:";  for (int i = 0; i  cout << " " << arr[i];  }  cout << endl; } int main() {  int arr[15], n = 15;  bool isOver = false;  read15Ints(arr, n);  while (!isOver) {   int choice = 0;   cout << "Menu:" << endl;   cout << "1. Show all negatives" << endl;   cout << "2. Show all non-negatives" << endl;   cout << "3. Show positive sum" << endl;   cout << "4. Show original array" << endl;   cout << "5. Exit" << endl;   cout << "Your choice: ";   cin >> choice;   switch(choice) {    case 1:     showAllBySign(arr, n, true);     break;    case 2:     showAllBySign(arr, n, false);     break;    case 3:     showPositiveSum(arr, n);     break;    case 4:     showArray(arr, n);     break;    case 5:     isOver = true;     break;    default:     cout << "Invalid input" << endl;     break;   }   cout << endl;  }  cout << "Good Bye" << endl; }```