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#25 marwex89


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Posted 25 August 2009 - 11:17 AM

+rep to anyone who does the last challenge in ASM :P
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Posted 27 August 2009 - 10:55 PM

After having a long break from coding I thought: "why not play around like during the good old times". So here is a version with Winged' requirements. As no n-dimensional array is required, only input and output is. My language is C# as always. :)

I spent quite some time on multi-dimensional arrays, but they do not work for me. If I can create an Array class then I cannot populate it. And I cannot create a multi-dimensional int[] array, only one-dimensional. I even tried to use unsafe context. :w00t:

/// This version has no n-dimensional array requirement. 
Random rand = new Random();
StreamWriter file = File.CreateText(args[0]);

/// Variable indexCount will say how many values a would-be array would contain.
int indexCount = 1;
for (int i = 1; i < args.Length; i++)
indexCount *= int.Parse(args[i]);

/// The output contains all the would-be array's values, in separete lines.
for (int i = 0; i < indexCount; i++)
file.WriteLine(rand.Next(1, 100));

/// If file won't be closed then content is lost!

Running it with command line "ConsoleApplication2.exe output.txt 2 3 1" will give out this output file. Dimensions 2x3x1 will give 6 elements. You can download the source and build, too. I used 8 lines of code, excluding comments and brackets. So what do you think my brothers in arms? :cool:


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#27 ZekeDragon


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Posted 30 August 2009 - 04:06 PM

I can't differentiate between the arrays.

You may decide how this output looks, so long as there is a definite way to differentiate to the user which array is which.

You must do that too! :)
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