Hany Moh. - 10 months ago 41

Java Question

i want to give an array of integers, determine the number of repeated integers and their counts.

this is the full code after edit

`// Enter array size:`

Scanner input = new Scanner(System.in);

System.out.println("Enter array size: ");

int size = input.nextInt();

int[] crr_array = new int[size];

int[] new_array= new int[size];

int[] times = new int[size];

// Enter array elements:

System.out.println("Enter array elements: ");

for (int i = 0; i < crr_array.length; i++) {

crr_array[i] = input.nextInt();

times[i] = 1;

}

//search

for (int j = 0; j < crr_array.length; j++) {

for (int i = j; i < crr_array.length; i++) {

if (crr_array[j] == crr_array[i] && j != i) {

new_array[i] = crr_array[i];

times[i]++;

}

}

}

//Printing output

for (int i = 0; i < new_array.length; i++) {

System.out.println("\t" + crr_array[i] + "\t" + new_array[i] + "\t" + times[i]);

}

I want to get output like that

`count of elements //3`

element: count times //2 times

element: count times //3times

element: count times //2 times

i hope to get output like

`There are 3 repeated numbers:`

22: 2 times

4: 3 times

1: 2 times

i'm sorry about bad english

Answer Source

This kind of problems can be easy solved by dictionaries (HashMap in Java).

```
// The solution itself
HashMap<Integer, Integer> repetitions = new HashMap<Integer, Integer>();
for (int i = 0; i < crr_array.length; ++i) {
int item = crr_array[i];
if (repetitions.containsKey(item))
repetitions.put(item, repetitions.get(item) + 1);
else
repetitions.put(item, 1);
}
// Now let's print the repetitions out
StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
int overAllCount = 0;
for (Map.Entry<Integer, Integer> e : repetitions.entrySet()) {
if (e.getValue() > 1) {
overAllCount += 1;
sb.append("\n");
sb.append(e.getKey());
sb.append(": ");
sb.append(e.getValue());
sb.append(" times");
}
}
if (overAllCount > 0) {
sb.insert(0, " repeated numbers:");
sb.insert(0, overAllCount);
sb.insert(0, "There are ");
}
System.out.print(sb.toString());
```