I have a question where i want to find f(a) = f(b) using any pigeon hole principle. I have made the program and working fine by giving me the right results.
Here is my code:
public class array1
{
public static void main(String args[])
{
final int TOTAL = 50;
int x,y;
int[] numbers = new int[TOTAL];
for( x = 0; x < numbers.length; x++)
{
y =( ((x * x * x) + ( 3 * x)) % 50);
// System.out.print("when x = " + x);
numbers[x] = y;
}
int z = 0;
for(int l = 0; l < numbers.length; l++)
{
z = numbers[l];
System.out.println("When x = " + l + " Then Y = " + z);
}
}
}
THe code above gives me the following result:
When x = 0 Then Y = 0
When x = 1 Then Y = 4
When x = 2 Then Y = 14
When x = 3 Then Y = 36
When x = 4 Then Y = 26
When x = 5 Then Y = 40
When x = 6 Then Y = 34
When x = 7 Then Y = 14
When x = 8 Then Y = 36
When x = 9 Then Y = 6
When x = 10 Then Y = 30
When x = 11 Then Y = 14
When x = 12 Then Y = 14
When x = 13 Then Y = 36
When x = 14 Then Y = 36
When x = 15 Then Y = 20
When x = 16 Then Y = 44
When x = 17 Then Y = 14
When x = 18 Then Y = 36
When x = 19 Then Y = 16
When x = 20 Then Y = 10
When x = 21 Then Y = 24
When x = 22 Then Y = 14
When x = 23 Then Y = 36
When x = 24 Then Y = 46
When x = 25 Then Y = 0
When x = 26 Then Y = 4
When x = 27 Then Y = 14
When x = 28 Then Y = 36
When x = 29 Then Y = 26
When x = 30 Then Y = 40
When x = 31 Then Y = 34
When x = 32 Then Y = 14
When x = 33 Then Y = 36
When x = 34 Then Y = 6
When x = 35 Then Y = 30
When x = 36 Then Y = 14
When x = 37 Then Y = 14
When x = 38 Then Y = 36
When x = 39 Then Y = 36
When x = 40 Then Y = 20
When x = 41 Then Y = 44
When x = 42 Then Y = 14
When x = 43 Then Y = 36
When x = 44 Then Y = 16
When x = 45 Then Y = 10
When x = 46 Then Y = 24
When x = 47 Then Y = 14
When x = 48 Then Y = 36
When x = 49 Then Y = 46
So the output is good. Now, I have to find when two Y have the same value..
so when x = 2 and Y = 14, and when x = 7, Y = 14. So in this way I have to find all the duplicate values of Y and print the their following x (index)
Guys I am almost done with my project. Could please tell me or write the code for me how to do it.
waiitng for your reply..
Mayur Soneta
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Originally posted by Mayur Soneta:
Guys give me some hint...or code or ideas...
Are you familiar with associative arrays?
If you are not looking for anything spacewise efficient, could you not create an array of 50 elements  one for each possible value of Y? Each element of this array a sequence of X values that yield Y (the element's index in this array).
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I want to count the all the duplicates Y corresponding to their X's (index value)
Where is the y value coming from? Is it a hardcoded value? The first value with a duplicate? All values that have a duplicate?
What do you want to do with the result once you calculate it? Print it to the console? Add it to an array?
Do you know about the Collections framework?
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[ January 30, 2007: Message edited by: Dan Walin ]
When x = 2 Then Y = 14
When x = 11 Then Y = 14
When x = 12 Then Y = 14
........
So I would like to print all the same Values of Y with Their Index values of X. Please guys let me know I have to submit this my tomorrow.. I am almost done, but need some hintt how to do this..
When x = 7 Then Y = 14
When x = 11 Then Y = 14
When x = 12 Then Y = 14
When x = 17 Then Y = 14
When x = 22 Then Y = 14
When x = 27 Then Y = 14
When x = 32 Then Y = 14
When x = 36 Then Y = 14
When x = 37 Then Y = 14
When x = 42 Then Y = 14
When x = 47 Then Y = 14
==========================
When x = 3 Then Y = 36
When x = 8 Then Y = 36
When x = 13 Then Y = 36
When x = 14 Then Y = 36
When x = 18 Then Y = 36
When x = 23 Then Y = 36
When x = 28 Then Y = 36
When x = 33 Then Y = 36
When x = 38 Then Y = 36
When x = 39 Then Y = 36
When x = 43 Then Y = 36
When x = 48 Then Y = 36
I want to get the results in this way, I'm getting now.. but only when I am hard coding.. below is my code:
/**
* @(#)array1.java
*
*
* @author
* @version 1.00 2007/1/26
*/
public class array1
{
public static void main(String args[])
{
final int TOTAL = 50;
int x,y;
int[] numbers = new int[TOTAL];
for( x = 0; x < numbers.length; x++)
{
y =( ((x * x * x) + ( 3 * x)) % 50);
// System.out.print("when x = " + x);
numbers[x] = y;
}
int z = 0;
for(int l = 0; l < numbers.length; l++)
{
z = numbers[l];
if ( numbers[l] == 14)
System.out.println("When x = " + l + " Then Y = " + numbers[l]);
}
System.out.println("==========================");
for(int l = 0; l < numbers.length; l++)
{
z = numbers[l];
if ( numbers[l] == 36)
System.out.println("When x = " + l + " Then Y = " + numbers[l]);
}
} // End of main
}// End of Class
I dont want to hard code.. in the for loop as you can seee.
Guys give me some hint.. how do I print the results.. with comparing the numbers in array..
[ January 30, 2007: Message edited by: Dan Walin ]
Note: I'm new to java, so the syntax may be wrong, but I've had to do similar things in C++ and something like that worked...a bit crude, but it worked...
[ January 30, 2007: Message edited by: Don Sartain ]
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[ January 30, 2007: Message edited by: Nathan Leniz ]
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Originally posted by Mayur Soneta:
PLEASE GIVE THE SOLUTION....
We don't do that here. We will help you learn, we will answer questions, we will give you advice. But we don't give solutions to problems. A lot of times people are asking for homework solutions, which is generally a violation of a school's code of ethics. We don't wish to be involved in that.
Note that Dan didn't say the code would work, he said it was a hint to help you figure it out. Look at his code, see what he is doing, then work it into YOUR code. His example is not a complete program.
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