This sounds like a good place for a counting loop.
In Java, the index of an array starts at 0 and counts up to one less than the number of elements in the array. Counting loops can easily do that. The example program (above) does that, except for a blank or two.
egArray refers to an array object
that has been constructed using an initializer list.
Fill in the blanks so that the program prints out every element, in order. You may wish to copy and paste from the following:
0 index++ egArray[index] index < 10
(Highlight a string and then use use "copy" and "paste" commands from the "edit" menu of your browser to paste the string into a blank. Or use control-c and control-v as shortcuts for copy and paste.)