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# Would anyone like me to post codes?

Other than filling the coder part of my chart I would like to actually help someone solve some problem, so I would highly appreciate any ideas about what I should post.

2/28/2017 7:41:39 AM

Nikolay Nachev

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Sir I need help in this one also. Example: For this function, private static int findMajorityElement(int[] a) throws Exception { int tempCount; int majority = a[0]; int temp = 0; int majorityCount = a.length / 2; for (int i = 0; i < (a.length - 1); i++) { temp = a[i]; tempCount = 0; for (int j = 1; j < a.length; j++) { if (temp == a[j]) tempCount++; } if (tempCount > majorityCount) { majority = temp; return majority; } } // No majority element throw new Exception("No majority element in array"); } If i put array like, int[] arr = { 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 2, 2, 2, 2 }; The program works fine. But I would like a user to input array size and after that enter the elements of that size and get the output, but i keep getting error. So sir please help me in this one also.

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{Solved}Sir I need help in this one: Generate a Fibonacci sequence list of your input length : https://code.sololearn.com/c47x48HPCmp3/#java Thank you Nikolay sir for your help in this one.

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All the courses in Sololearn teach the basics, right? So, you and some of us can build advanced courses. Consider Java for example. There are many concepts not covered in the course. We can post a web program which works just like Sololearn (lesson, question, lesson, question...) and cover such concepts. A web designer will develop UI and others can write lessons. We can name this code as Learn Java (2.0).

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Hello, I have posted a problem known simply as the celebrity problem. I used pointers to solve it back in my time, giving it the fastest implementation. Here's the challenge: implement the code with the next fastest implementation and explain why it is the next fastest implementation (either here, comments section, or just leave comment in code)

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I am not sure if I understand it correctly, but if this question is a requesty-wishy-kinda-thingy, please, oh please post a solver to my Labyrinth generator v.2.0 :) Just something which will find a way from (x1, y1) to (x2, y2) and mark it in a 2D array or as a list of (x, y) coordinates. I'd be honoured, really: https://code.sololearn.com/cL8CKWRqS2XN/#py Много благодаря! ;)

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I think you should post in Web cause in rest scope is limited in Code playground you can only get text based outputs which isn't fun make something graphical :-D

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If u look my SVG animation, it travels from start to end and then it jumps to start and goes to end. I need help so that it animates from start to end and then end to start in the specified time.In other words it must travel back and forth. For other queries u can help my commenting the code

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A seed/save generator and interpreter. I had an idea for a game on here, but the only thing I don't know how to do is generate a seed/save so the player can enter it in their next input (since codeplayground limits your inputs to the start of the program) and it'll load where they left off. I suppose the generation will obviously be dependant on the game but maybe you could do it for something else, or even cooler, your own game. In a way I've already done this with my "MMO AI Story" but all the saves were hand coded. (in Python)

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Certainly! Coding is a great way to get XP. If you can get the 50 upvote badge, worth 500XP, it would get you the same amount of XP as winning 500 challenges.

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Nikolay look my new code Slider PUZZLE the win () function looks very bad ( how can compare 2 arrays?)

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@Nikolay SLIDER PUZZLE is ready....I have to fix the timer

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I had a question I couldn't solve it. Tell if a number is Ramanujan Hardy number or not. If a number can be expressed as Sum of cubes of two different numbers in two different ways then it is Hardy Ramanujan number. Ex First is 1729 10³+9³=1729 12³+1³=1729 logic is the thing I would like to know any language will do with preference to C++

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<tldr> Tester: Find out what you should learn </tldr> I'd love to have a project which provides a little test for people to find out which programming languages they should learn. There could be asked a few questions like 'What kind of programs would you like to code?' and so on with answers, where you can input points from 1 to 10 (like interested in web development: 8, desktop: 2, mobile apps: 0 ...). After answering the questions the user gets a result, that lists which skills are needed to be e.g. a web, game, android (...) developer and sources to improve their skills. Maybe it could mention some simple projects related to the referring language, too. I hope you know what I mean. I think that would be a big help for community, because a lot of people are asking that kind of questions.

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@Nikolay Thank you! Can't wait for the solver ;) As I get it, it should find a path from any (x1, y1) to any (x2, y2) and probably mark it with another color, like the digger does :)

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hello @Nikolay. I was trying to create an HTML webpage to display the conversions between two languages. after you've looked at the link below, you'll possibly understand what I mean to ask. I want each button ( on being clicked) to display the meaning of that word in the second language. not as alert boxes, but possibly as switches. thanks a lot for your past and future contributions. https://code.sololearn.com/Wo4u9PvYn0gW/#

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@Megatron https://code.sololearn.com/WAndW15TaP53/#html

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@Didi, nice game :D I've posted my implementation in your question: https://www.sololearn.com/Discuss/244193/how-comparing-two-arrays-if-are-equall

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@Kuba Solver is ready :D https://code.sololearn.com/W561f486A18n/#html

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@Kuba Thanks for pointing me in that direction! Took me some time to get into it. So far my maze generator is ready. At first I've tried to translate your code from Python direct, but then I got the idea to visualize the whole algorithm, so more or less had to re-write it all. Nevertheless I'm still generating a map quite similar to yours, only using different symbols :D There it is: https://code.sololearn.com/W6okIyEgMmP6/#js The next code will be a solver :D

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@Kuba, Yep that's the idea 😀