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Please Help! recursive call

 
pot tom
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Sorry for posting here, badly I need help from expert like you!

Can any one explain why my codes does works properly, I mean result what I am suppose to get, it not getting through this method. This is just two method. from my class "MainClass.java".



That was the difference method which will take two list head1, head2

lets say: head1 lis: 3 ; 6 ; 9 ; 10
head2 list is: 5; 6; 10

Answer should be: 3->9, can any one correct me!

Here is another method:



lets say: head1 lis: 3 -> 6 -> 9 -> 10
head2 list is: 5-> 6-> 10

Answer should be: 3,5,6,9,10, can any one correct me!




Note that IntNode class contain:



This is how I was trying to test:



seems like program output partly not what I am expecting result.
[ April 27, 2007: Message edited by: pot tom ]
 
fred rosenberger
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It would help if you would use the code tags. When entering your formatted code, hi-lite the code block, then press that "code" button you see below under the "Instant UBB Code". Then, when displayed, it's MUCH easier to read.

Second, what exactly do you mean by "it doesn't run"? Does it error out? does it seem to go into an infinite loop? Does it even compile?

The more details you can give on the exact nature of your problem, the easier it is to help.
 
pot tom
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I have modified the code, can anyone please help me.
 
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What is your program doing, what is it supposed to do, and what is the logic behind it?
 
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