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  1. #1
    ERIC Guest

    Arrays


    Can anyone tell me how to make an array that when the user enters
    some values for example they enter 143,450,650,342,395,247,685,800,1220,
    64,102,347,894. when these numbers are entered the array will put
    them in a range. for example for these numbers it would printout



    ranges AMOUNT IN EACH RANGE

    $0-99 ---------------- 1
    $100-199 ---------------- 2
    $200-299 ---------------- 1
    $300-399 ---------------- 3
    $400-499 ---------------- 1
    $500-599 ---------------- 0
    $600-699 ---------------- 2
    $700-799 ---------------- 0
    $800-899 ---------------- 2
    $900-999 ---------------- 0
    $1000+ ---------------- 1



    I just need to know how I would declare and allocate the array.
    Thank you.

  2. #2
    Paul Clapham Guest

    Re: Arrays

    You need 11 entries in your array, right? And you need them to be integers,
    because you're going to use them to count things, right? So:

    int counts[] = new int[11];

    PC2

    "ERIC" <wdiv@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:3b09a263$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > Can anyone tell me how to make an array that when the user enters
    > some values for example they enter 143,450,650,342,395,247,685,800,1220,
    > 64,102,347,894. when these numbers are entered the array will put
    > them in a range. for example for these numbers it would printout
    >
    >
    >
    > ranges AMOUNT IN EACH RANGE
    >
    > $0-99 ---------------- 1
    > $100-199 ---------------- 2
    > $200-299 ---------------- 1
    > $300-399 ---------------- 3
    > $400-499 ---------------- 1
    > $500-599 ---------------- 0
    > $600-699 ---------------- 2
    > $700-799 ---------------- 0
    > $800-899 ---------------- 2
    > $900-999 ---------------- 0
    > $1000+ ---------------- 1
    >
    >
    >
    > I just need to know how I would declare and allocate the array.
    > Thank you.




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