Sorting Even Numbers Challenge | Methods
Java Extended

Sorting Even Numbers Challenge

Your task is to write a method to sort an integer array in such a way that it contains only even values (even numbers are those that are divisible by 2 without a remainder). After that, in the `main` method, you need to print them to the console. I've already written a method for displaying the array on the screen, so don't worry about it.

This task is a great opportunity to learn a new operator. The `%` operator returns the remainder of a division operation. For example, `5 % 2 = 1`. This is because `5` does not divide evenly by `2`, so when we divide `5` by `2`, we have a remainder of `1`. You can use this operator in the task to check if a number is even. Use the if syntax: `if (element % 2 == 0)` - this expression will check if the number is even and return `true` or `false`.

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Java Extended

Sorting Even Numbers Challenge

Your task is to write a method to sort an integer array in such a way that it contains only even values (even numbers are those that are divisible by 2 without a remainder). After that, in the `main` method, you need to print them to the console. I've already written a method for displaying the array on the screen, so don't worry about it.
This task is a great opportunity to learn a new operator. The `%` operator returns the remainder of a division operation. For example, `5 % 2 = 1`. This is because `5` does not divide evenly by `2`, so when we divide `5` by `2`, we have a remainder of `1`. You can use this operator in the task to check if a number is even. Use the if syntax: `if (element % 2 == 0)` - this expression will check if the number is even and return `true` or `false`.