# Get instantaneous random number (in a loop)

I want to create fast new random number between 0 and 9. For this modified a code that I found there: Why do I always get the same sequence of random numbers with rand()? and integrated it into a loop The output I get is Random fast seeded: 1 Random fast seeded: 1 Random fast… Read More Get instantaneous random number (in a loop)

# How would I increase a integer value inside this loop?

Trying to increase an integer value So basically I’m trying to increase "e" so everytime I input a new line it would go 0, 1 etc My input would look like this example1 example2 def no(paths: str): e = 0 for path in paths.split(" "): print(" ItemListData(" + str(e) + ")=(ItemDefination=" + path + ‘")’)… Read More How would I increase a integer value inside this loop?

# How to apply function that returns Result to each element of HashSet in Rust

As a language that aims for safety and performance, Rust provides a powerful data structure called HashSet that provides a fast and efficient way to store and retrieve unique values. HashSet is optimized for scenarios where you need to check for the presence of a value and avoid duplicates, making it a popular choice among… Read More How to apply function that returns Result to each element of HashSet in Rust

# Problem with int to float typecasting and couting

#include <iostream> using namespace std; int main() { int nominals[15] = {50000, 20000, 10000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 500, 200, 100, 50, 20, 10, 5, 2, 1}; float numer; cin>>numer; numer = numer * 100; int numer2 = (int)numer; while(numer2 != 0) { for(int i = 0; i<15; i++) { if(numer2 >= nominals[i]) { numer2 =… Read More Problem with int to float typecasting and couting

# python integer value replacement in a list not working properly

I am trying to replace a few integers from a list with a specific value. However, the output which I am getting is not desirable. Is the for loop not working properly or is there some other problem? y1= [1,2,3,-1,-2,-3,-4,0,0] for i in range(len(y1)): if y1[i]<0: y1[i]==0 print(y1) output: [1, 2, 3, -1, -2, -3,… Read More python integer value replacement in a list not working properly

# Logical error in a C program to calculate the numbers of digits in an integer

I made this program to calculate of digits of an integer in C. This program works well until I give an input of 10 digit number. If I give input of an integer with a digit of more than 10 digits, the behavior of the code changes. // Program to calculate the number of digits… Read More Logical error in a C program to calculate the numbers of digits in an integer

# Reducing the number of repeating same strings or integers to 1

Initial: list = { null, 1, 2, null, null, null, 4, 5, 6 }; Expectatitons: list = { null, 1, 2, null, 4, 5, 6 }; >Solution : If list is an obsolete ArrayList or List<oblect> you can try a simple for loop: var list = new ArrayList { null, 1, 2, null, null, null,… Read More Reducing the number of repeating same strings or integers to 1

# Trouble printing an int value user entered

So I’m building a program that reads user input in integers and adds the value of all the integers togther My main method is : public static void main(String[] args) { My current code is : Scanner scanner = new Scanner(System.in); // imports scanner System.out.print("Enter an number: "); // ask user to enter number //… Read More Trouble printing an int value user entered

# Generate random integer between 100 and 2000 in steps of 100 Java

Im currently trying to get a random integer between 100 and 2000 in steps of 100 like 300, 800, 1400 etc. Thats what I found to get a random number between a range, but how do I manage to get a random number in steps of 100? Random random = new Random(); int start =… Read More Generate random integer between 100 and 2000 in steps of 100 Java