Rappe Stegarn - 4 months ago 6x
Swift Question

# Check for duplicates (random numbers)

In my code I generate six random numbers between 1-5.

``````RandomNumber1 = arc4random_uniform(5) + 1
RandomNumber2 = arc4random_uniform(5) + 1
RandomNumber3 = arc4random_uniform(5) + 1
RandomNumber4 = arc4random_uniform(5) + 1
RandomNumber5 = arc4random_uniform(5) + 1
RandomNumber6 = arc4random_uniform(5) + 1
``````

With these numbers, I want to check how many duplicates there are. Two scenarios: I want to execute one code if there are 5 different numbers, and another code if there isn't. Example;

``````1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 5
``````

Here are 5 different numbers (only one pair)

``````1, 1, 2, 2, 3, 4
``````

Here are not 5 different numbers (two pairs)

Answer

Create a `Set` and use that to count the unique values:

``````if Set([RandomNumber1,RandomNumber2, RandomNumber3, RandomNumber4, RandomNumber5, RandomNumber6]).count == 5 {
print("five")
} else {
print("not five")
}
``````
Source (Stackoverflow)
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