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    Re: How To Use Linear Search

    How do you unbox?
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    Re: How To Use Linear Search

    I see. I'm looking at the API and I don't see any other method that can find a duplicate. Is there another way?
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    Re: How To Use Linear Search

    I tried using Vector<Integer> but I'm still having problems matching the sum to every value in the container.


    public static void main(String[] args) {


    Vector<Integer> sumArray = new...
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    Re: How To Use Linear Search

    I was thinking the same thing about closing off the first for loop. The way I have it, the for loop is checking the current sum against each previous sum for a match, except on the first roll there...
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    Re: How To Use Linear Search

    Still not working. I have:


    for (int k = 0; k < sumArray.length; k++){

    for (int j = sumArray.length - 1; i < j; j--){

    if...
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    Re: How To Use Linear Search

    Thanks for the reply. I tried this code but it still has the sum equal to the value in the index. I see where you're going here in the linear search going backwards. Great idea. Now I just need to...
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    Re: How To Use Linear Search

    You are correct. Forgive the confusing sentence. I meant that the value inside each index is equal to the sum.
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    Re: How To Use Linear Search

    The code does compile and run. That particular module is what I thought was a linear search through the array. I used some println statement to see what's happening in the run. It looks like the sum...
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    How To Use Linear Search

    Hi all,

    I'm having a problem using a linear search to find a duplicate. Here's the details of my program:

    I roll two dice continually and get random numbers, 1-6. If I roll two of the same...
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