Yan Digilov wrote:Ah, sorry yall, I am talking about the section ABOVE the sharpen your pencil piece. I mean the one titled "Assignment". It goes "Double d = x;" and there is an Integer and an int pointing to it...
Rafael wrote:Do you know of any java project, preferably some application with social objective, where you can collaborate as a programmer on a voluntary basis?
Shubham, it would be a lot better if you can post the original language in the problem. please don't forget to mention the source(for copyright issues). if it's from some book tell us the book name, page number etc. if you have a link to the original problem you have an option to cite the link also. We really want to help but we need to understand the problem first. As you can see in the previous discussion of this thread, i have guessed something and campbell has something else which is creating ambiguity.
Shubham Rai wrote:Intersection means common characters in all the given strings.
I mean characters common among all the String and if their is some character common among the input strings increment the count by 1 additionally if some counted character repeats in any string then it will be counted again if the same character repeats also in all other strings. That's a guess though. let the OP decide if it's what he wants.[Edited]
Campbell Ritchie wrote:What's an intersection character?
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Please explain exactly how you are counting letters. I can see c in all three Strings, so I would expect the answer 3.
Tim wrote:Not sure if it's strictly applicable, but I like the meme, anyway.
Carey Brown wrote:
Tyoma Sakurakoji wrote:Are you need to preserve the original order of the input hashmap entries and just reverse it afterwards? If so, then remove sorted call and reverse the resulting list