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Union of Two Int Arrays in Java closed

This forum was posted on Saturday, May 18, 2013 2:07:46 AM

it's my code snippet

 import java.util.Arrays;
class union {
public static void main(String args) {
int A = new int1000;
int B = new int1000;
int C = new int2000;
for (int i= 3;i < 1000 ; i += 3) {
Ai/3 = i;
for (int j=5; j < 1000; j += 5) {
Bj/5 = j;
C = unionArrays(A B);

I found the below error on Compiling
Exception in thread "main" java.language.Error: Unresolved compilation issue: 
The method unionArrays(int int) is undefined for the type union
at union.main(

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