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count of Duplicate key which is of type object in hashMap key

 
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hj,

I have a hashmap which contains duplicate values,



i want to find out the employee number which is duplicate, also the count of the number of employee name i.e how many times it has occurred.
i have written the logic, but not able to find the count of occurrances...




your suggestion/solution will be a great help for me...

thanks in advance :
Premchand
 
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premchand Singh wrote:your suggestion/solution will be a great help for me...


When people get an assignment, they almost start coding right away. But that's often not the right approach, it's sometimes much better to turn off your computer and take a pencil and a paper and start writing down the steps required to solve the problem without using a computer. Once you have listed these steps, you can start converting them into Java.

So which steps are required to get the duplicate employee numbers? And which steps are required to keep track of the occurences of an employee name?

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