Please HELP me URGENT
Posted by shoyeb4me (shoyeb4me), 15 October 2006I am a novish in Java Wolrd. I m trying to learn it. Anyway I am getting one problem while I am trying to solve one
problem. The problem is
First you have create an array A of unsorted random integers and will have to repoduce an array B which contains
all integres from A without repetitions.
For example, given array A = [1,2,5,6,6,3,3,2,9,6,8], the program will produce array B = [1,2,5,6,3,9,8] where no
repetitions are allowed .
If anybody please help me by providing code I will be very happy and greatful.It will help me to learn.
Thank u all.
Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 15 October 2006Post up your code so far, and we'll have a look.
By the way ... you shout that your requirement is urgent. We look at questions within 24 hours on this forum - if you need something quicker than that, I would suggest you ask elsewhere.
Posted by shoyeb4me (shoyeb4me), 15 October 2006import java.io.*;
public int rnd;
public static boolean InChk = false;
public int gArray=0;
public static void main(String args)
RandomInteger ran = new RandomInteger();
public int getIntegerArraySize(String s)
BufferedReader br = new BufferedReader (new InputStreamReader(System.in));
public void getRandomArray()
arr=gar("how many numbers");
rnd = new int [arr];
for(int i=0; i<arr; i++)
System.out.println(" ["+(i+1)+"] = "+rnd[i]);
i did that so far. please help me. its not urgent within 24hr. if it takes time its ok but if u could plz help me in a week. thanks a lot
Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 15 October 2006Looks like you could do it with two nested loops - outer loop to check each element in turn, inner loop to see if it's already been copied across; here's an example of the algorithm in Perl for you to translate.
earth-wind-and-fire:~/oct06 grahamellis$ perl plsh
9 11 10 0 11 8 8 0 0 13 4 14 1 2 10 8 8 2 14 3
9 11 10 0 8 13 4 14 1 2 3
Posted by ac3buddy (ac3buddy), 10 January 2007I need a source code for a java program that converts a time in a 12 hour notation to 24 hour notation and vice versa in javax.swing
1.Create a file, Time.java using a text editor that will accepts time in 24-hour notation and output in 12-hour notation via console and using javax.swing package. A sample run are given below:
Sample Run 1:
Input time in 24-hour notation: 0101
Equivalent time in 12-hour notation: 1:01 a.m
Sample Run 2:
Input time in 24-hour notation: 0900
Equivalent time in 12-hour notation: 9:00 a.m
Sample Run 3:
Input time in 24-hour notation: 1430
Equivalent time in 12-hour notation: 2:30 p.m
Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 10 January 2007Hello, ac3buddy.
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