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  • C#: reflection alternative for switch on enum in order to select namespace/class

    - by Am
    Hi, I have an interface named IHarvester. There are 3 implementations of that interface, each under their own namespace: Google Yahoo Bing A HarvesterManager uses the given harvester. It knows the interface and all 3 implementations. I want some way of letting the class user say in which harvester it wants to use. And in the code select that implementation, without a switch-case implementation. Can reflection save my day? Here is the code bits: // repeat for each harvester namespace Harvester.Google { public abstract class Fetcher : BaseHarvester, IInfoHarvester {...} } public enum HarvestingSource { Google, Yahoo, Bing, } class HarvesterManager { public HarvestingSource PreferedSource {get;set;} public HarvestSomthing() { switch (PreferedSource) .... // awful... } } Thanks.

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  • Calling a C function in a DLL with enum parameters from Delphi

    - by dommer
    I have a third-party (Win32) DLL, written in C, that exposes the following interface: DLL_EXPORT typedef enum { DEVICE_PCI = 1, DEVICE_USB = 2 } DeviceType; DLL_EXPORT int DeviceStatus(DeviceType kind); I wish to call it from Delphi. How do I get access to the DeviceType constants in my Delphi code? Or, if I should just use the values 1 and 2 directly, what Delphi type should I use for the "DeviceType kind" parameters? Integer? Word?

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  • C/C++ enum and char * array

    - by Eric M
    Ran accross the following code in an article and didn't think it was standard C/C++ syntax for the char* array. As a test, both Visual C++ (visual studio 2005) and C++ Builder Rad XE both reject the 2nd line. Without using #defines, anyone have any tricks/tips for keeping enums and a string array sort of in sync without resorting to STL ? More of a curiosity question. enum TCOLOR { RED, GREEN, BLUE }; char *TNCOLOR[] = { [RED]="Red", [GREEN]="Green", [BLUE]="Blue" }; as an aside, the article this came from is quite old and I believe this might work under GCC but have not tested.

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  • how can i use switch statement on type-safe enum pattern

    - by Fer
    I found a goodlooking example about implementation enums in a different way. That is called type-safe enum pattern i think. I started using it but i realized that i can not use it in a switch statement. My implementation looks like the following: public sealed class MyState { private readonly string m_Name; private readonly int m_Value; public static readonly MyState PASSED= new MyState(1, "OK"); public static readonly MyState FAILED= new MyState(2, "ERROR"); private MyState(int value, string name) { m_Name = name; m_Value = value; } public override string ToString() { return m_Name; } public int GetIntValue() { return m_Value; } } What can i add to my class in order to be able to use this pattern in switch statements in C#? Thanks.

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  • Final enum in Thread's run() method

    - by portoalet
    Hi, Why is the Elvis elvis definition has to be final to be used inside the Thread run() method? Elvis elvis = Elvis.INSTANCE; // ----> should be final Elvis elvis = Elvis.INSTANCE elvis.sing(4); Thread t1 = new Thread( new Runnable() { @Override public void run() { elvis.sing(6); // --------> elvis has to be final to compile } } ); public enum Elvis { INSTANCE(2); Elvis() { this.x = new AtomicInteger(0); } Elvis(int x){ this.x = new AtomicInteger(x); } private AtomicInteger x = new AtomicInteger(0); public int getX() { return x.get(); } public void setX(int x) {this.x = new AtomicInteger(x);} public void sing(int x) { this.x = new AtomicInteger(x); System.out.println("Elvis singing.." + x); } }

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  • FluentNHibernate: returning an enum from a derived property

    - by Zen-C
    I'm using the automapping feature of FluentNHibernate and need a property that derives its return value. This property must return an Enum value, e.g. public virtual MyEnum MyDerivedProperty { get { MyEnum retval; // do some calculations return retval; } } Currently I get the following exception: NHibernate.PropertyNotFoundException: Could not find a setter for property 'MyDerivedProperty' ... If I add a setter then the database table involved requires the column to exist, even if that setter does nothing. It works fine when the return type is an int. Any ideas how I achieve this?

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  • C# Fake Enum TypeInitializationException

    - by userk
    I'm trying to create a class that works as a flexible enum. I came with this idea, with 2 additional static methods that allow me to add new members to that list and get only members from that list. public class LikeEnum { private static List<LikeEnum> list = new List<LikeEnum>() { new LikeEnum("One"), new LikeEnum("Two") }; private string value; private LikeEnum(string value) { this.value = value; } } Unfortunately the List list is only initialized as null so this doesn't work... Any ideas or suggestions?

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  • IntelliSense: expression must have integral or enum type

    - by user1743737
    Guys i need someone fix this problem ? when i compile that code i have this error: Error: IntelliSense: expression must have integral or enum type i have problem in this part: Console(0, V("seta sv_hostname " + servername + ";\n")); so how i can fix that if (strncmp(command, V("exec config_mp"), 14) == 0) { if (GAME_MODE == 'D') { CIniReader iniReader(V(".\\teknogods.ini")); char *servername = iniReader.ReadString(V("Settings"),V("Servername"),""); if (strcmp(servername,"") == 0) { info("Server name set to defult."); } else { //Console(0, V("seta scr_teambalance 1;\n")); Console(0, V("seta sv_hostname " + servername + ";\n")); info("server name set to: %s.", servername); } } }

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  • Passing enum or object through an intent (the best solution)

    - by jax
    I have an activity that when started needs access to two different ArrayLists. Both Lists are different Objects I have created myself. Basically I need a way to pass these objects to the activity from an Intent. I can use addExtras() but this requires a Parceable compatible class. I could make my classes to be passed serializable but as I understand this slows down the program. What are my options? Can I pass an Enum? As an an aside: is there a way to pass parameters to an Activity Constructor from an Intent?

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  • java.lang.ClassNotFoundException error using enum as a key in Map

    - by LCYSoft
    <util:map id="myMap" key-type="com.myClass.Foo.myEnum" value-type="com.myClass.Foo"> <entry> <key> <value type="com.myClass.Foo.myEnum">ONE</value> </key> <ref bean="myObj"/> </entry> </util:map> package com.myClass public class Foo { public enum myEnum {ONE, TWO;} } I am trying to create a map from Spriong 2.5. Map<myEnum, Foo> myMap; I am getting nested exception is java.lang.ClassNotFoundException:com.myClass.Foo.myEnum I definitely have com.myClass.Foo.myEnumin com.myClass.Foo I don't know why I am getting java.lang.ClassNotFoundException Thanks in advance

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  • Filtering NSMutableArray based on enum property

    - by Marty
    I've got an NSMutableArray filled with objects of type "GameObject". GameObject has a number of properties, one of which being "gameObjectType" . "gameObjectType" is of type GameObjectTypeEnum. I want to be able to filter this NSMutableArray so only GameObjects of a certain type are returned. I've got the following in place, but it's giving me a "BAD ACCESS" error: NSPredicate *predicate = [NSPredicate predicateWithFormat:@"gameObjectType = %@", gameObjectType]; return [gameObjects filteredArrayUsingPredicate:predicate]; Is it possible to pass a "custom" type (ie, this enum I've defined) into the predicateWithFormat call?

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  • Comparing Java enum members: == or equals() ?

    - by Bears will eat you
    I know that Java enums are compiled to classes with private constructors and a bunch of public static members. When comparing two members of a given enum, I've always used .equals(), e.g. public useEnums(SomeEnum a) { if(a.equals(SomeEnum.SOME_ENUM_VALUE)) { ... } ... } However, I just came across come code that uses the equals operator == instead: public useEnums2(SomeEnum a) { if(a == SomeEnum.SOME_ENUM_VALUE) { ... } ... } I've been programming in Java for 5+ years, and I thought I understood difference between the two - but I'm still scratching my head at which one is more correct. Which operator is the one I should be using?

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  • Setting a Visual State from a data bound enum in WPF

    - by firoso
    Hey all, I've got a scenario where I want to switch the visiblity of 4 different content controls. The visual states I have set opacity, and collapsed based on each given state (See code.) What I'd like to do is have the visual state bound to a property of my View Model of type Enum. I tried using DataStateBehavior, but it requires true/false, which doesn't work for me. So I tried DataStateSwitchBehavior, which seems to be totally broken for WPF4 from what I could tell. Is there a better way to be doing this? I'm really open to different approaches if need be, but I'd really like to keep this enum in the equation. Edit: The code shouldn't be too important, I just need to know if there's a well known solution to this problem. <UserControl xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation" xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml" xmlns:mc="http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/markup-compatibility/2006" xmlns:d="http://schemas.microsoft.com/expression/blend/2008" xmlns:Custom="http://schemas.microsoft.com/expression/2010/interactivity" xmlns:ei="http://schemas.microsoft.com/expression/2010/interactions" xmlns:ee="http://schemas.microsoft.com/expression/2010/effects" xmlns:customBehaviors="clr-namespace:SEL.MfgTestDev.ESS.Behaviors" x:Class="SEL.MfgTestDev.ESS.View.PresenterControl" mc:Ignorable="d" d:DesignHeight="624" d:DesignWidth="1104" d:DataContext="{Binding ApplicationViewModel, Mode=OneWay, Source={StaticResource Locator}}"> <Grid> <Grid.Resources> <ResourceDictionary> <ResourceDictionary.MergedDictionaries> <ResourceDictionary Source="Layout/TerminalViewTemplate.xaml"/> <ResourceDictionary Source="Layout/DebugViewTemplate.xaml"/> <ResourceDictionary Source="Layout/ProgressViewTemplate.xaml"/> <ResourceDictionary Source="Layout/LoadoutViewTemplate.xaml"/> </ResourceDictionary.MergedDictionaries> </ResourceDictionary> </Grid.Resources> <Custom:Interaction.Behaviors> <customBehaviors:DataStateSwitchBehavior Binding="{Binding ApplicationViewState}"> <customBehaviors:DataStateSwitchCase State="LoadoutState" Value="Loadout"/> </customBehaviors:DataStateSwitchBehavior> </Custom:Interaction.Behaviors> <VisualStateManager.VisualStateGroups> <VisualStateGroup x:Name="ApplicationStates" ei:ExtendedVisualStateManager.UseFluidLayout="True"> <VisualStateGroup.Transitions> <VisualTransition GeneratedDuration="0:0:1"> <VisualTransition.GeneratedEasingFunction> <SineEase EasingMode="EaseInOut"/> </VisualTransition.GeneratedEasingFunction> <ei:ExtendedVisualStateManager.TransitionEffect> <ee:SmoothSwirlGridTransitionEffect/> </ei:ExtendedVisualStateManager.TransitionEffect> </VisualTransition> </VisualStateGroup.Transitions> <VisualState x:Name="LoadoutState"> <Storyboard> <DoubleAnimationUsingKeyFrames Storyboard.TargetProperty="(UIElement.Opacity)" Storyboard.TargetName="LoadoutPage"> <EasingDoubleKeyFrame KeyTime="0" Value="1"/> </DoubleAnimationUsingKeyFrames> <ObjectAnimationUsingKeyFrames Storyboard.TargetProperty="(UIElement.Visibility)" Storyboard.TargetName="LoadoutPage"> <DiscreteObjectKeyFrame KeyTime="0" Value="{x:Static Visibility.Visible}"/> </ObjectAnimationUsingKeyFrames> </Storyboard> </VisualState> <VisualState x:Name="ProgressState"> <Storyboard> <DoubleAnimationUsingKeyFrames Storyboard.TargetProperty="(UIElement.Opacity)" Storyboard.TargetName="ProgressPage"> <EasingDoubleKeyFrame KeyTime="0" Value="1"/> </DoubleAnimationUsingKeyFrames> <ObjectAnimationUsingKeyFrames Storyboard.TargetProperty="(UIElement.Visibility)" Storyboard.TargetName="ProgressPage"> <DiscreteObjectKeyFrame KeyTime="0" Value="{x:Static Visibility.Visible}"/> </ObjectAnimationUsingKeyFrames> </Storyboard> </VisualState> <VisualState x:Name="DebugState"> <Storyboard> <ObjectAnimationUsingKeyFrames Storyboard.TargetProperty="(UIElement.Visibility)" Storyboard.TargetName="DebugPage"> <DiscreteObjectKeyFrame KeyTime="0" Value="{x:Static Visibility.Visible}"/> </ObjectAnimationUsingKeyFrames> <DoubleAnimationUsingKeyFrames Storyboard.TargetProperty="(UIElement.Opacity)" Storyboard.TargetName="DebugPage"> <EasingDoubleKeyFrame KeyTime="0" Value="1"/> </DoubleAnimationUsingKeyFrames> </Storyboard> </VisualState> <VisualState x:Name="TerminalState"> <Storyboard> <ObjectAnimationUsingKeyFrames Storyboard.TargetProperty="(UIElement.Visibility)" Storyboard.TargetName="TerminalPage"> <DiscreteObjectKeyFrame KeyTime="0" Value="{x:Static Visibility.Visible}"/> </ObjectAnimationUsingKeyFrames> <DoubleAnimationUsingKeyFrames Storyboard.TargetProperty="(UIElement.Opacity)" Storyboard.TargetName="TerminalPage"> <EasingDoubleKeyFrame KeyTime="0" Value="1"/> </DoubleAnimationUsingKeyFrames> </Storyboard> </VisualState> </VisualStateGroup> </VisualStateManager.VisualStateGroups> <ContentControl x:Name="LoadoutPage" ContentTemplate="{StaticResource LoadoutViewTemplate}" Opacity="0" Content="{Binding}" Visibility="Collapsed"/> <ContentControl x:Name="ProgressPage" ContentTemplate="{StaticResource ProgressViewTemplate}" Opacity="0" Content="{Binding}" Visibility="Collapsed"/> <ContentControl x:Name="DebugPage" ContentTemplate="{StaticResource DebugViewTemplate}" Opacity="0" Content="{Binding}" Visibility="Collapsed"/> <ContentControl x:Name="TerminalPage" ContentTemplate="{StaticResource TerminalViewTemplate}" Opacity="0" Content="{Binding}" Visibility="Collapsed"/> <TextBlock HorizontalAlignment="Left" TextWrapping="Wrap" VerticalAlignment="Top" Text="{Binding ApplicationViewState}"> <TextBlock.Background> <LinearGradientBrush EndPoint="0.5,1" StartPoint="0.5,0"> <GradientStop Color="Black" Offset="0"/> <GradientStop Color="White" Offset="1"/> </LinearGradientBrush> </TextBlock.Background> </TextBlock> </Grid>

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  • Strongly typed `enum`s in VS10?

    - by Motti
    This question pointed to a wiki page for C++0x support which lists Strongly typed enums as Partially supported in VS10. However this creates a compilation error: enum class boolean { no, yes, maybe }; Any idea what constitutes partial support when the basic syntax isn't accepted?

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  • C# underlying types of enums

    - by Marlon
    What is the point of having enum SomeEnum : byte // <---- { SomeValue = 0x01, ... } when you have to make a cast just to assign it to the same type of variable as the enums underlying type? byte b = (byte)SomeEnum.SomeValue;

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  • How to Elegantly convert switch+enum with polymorphism

    - by Kyle
    I'm trying to replace simple enums with type classes.. that is, one class derived from a base for each type. So for example instead of: enum E_BASE { EB_ALPHA, EB_BRAVO }; E_BASE message = someMessage(); switch (message) { case EB_ALPHA: applyAlpha(); case EB_BRAVO: applyBravo(); } I want to do this: Base* message = someMessage(); message->apply(this); // use polymorphism to determine what function to call. I have seen many ways to do this which all seem less elegant even then the basic switch statement. Using dyanimc_pointer_cast, inheriting from a messageHandler class that needs to be updated every time a new message is added, using a container of function pointers, all seem to defeat the purpose of making code easier to maintain by replacing switches with polymorphism. This is as close as I can get: (I use templates to avoid inheriting from an all-knowing handler interface) class Base { public: template<typename T> virtual void apply(T* sandbox) = 0; }; class Alpha : public Base { public: template<typename T> virtual void apply(T* sandbox) { sandbox->applyAlpha(); } }; class Bravo : public Base { public: template<typename T> virtual void apply(T* sandbox) { sandbox->applyBravo(); } }; class Sandbox { public: void run() { Base* alpha = new Alpha; Base* bravo = new Bravo; alpha->apply(this); bravo->apply(this); delete alpha; delete bravo; } void applyAlpha() { // cout << "Applying alpha\n"; } void applyBravo() { // cout << "Applying bravo\n"; } }; Obviously, this doesn't compile but I'm hoping it gets my problem accross.

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  • Iphone -- maintaining a list of strings and a corresponding typedef enum

    - by William Jockusch
    Suppose I have the following: typedef enum functionType {ln, sin, sqrt} functionType; NSArray *functions = [NSArray arrayWithObjects: @"ln", @"sin", @"sqrt", nil]; Suppose further that *functions will not change at runtime. Question -- is there any way to set up a single structure which updates both of these? So that I only have to keep track of one list, instead of two. To explain what is going on -- the idea is that string input from the user will be stored in a variable of type functionType. Later on, I will have code like this: double valueOfFunction: (functionType) function withInput: (double) input switch (function) { case ln: return ln(input); case sin: return sin(input); case sqrt: return sqrt(input); //etc . . . could grow to include a lot of functions. } And valueOfFunction needs to be fast. So I don't want to be doing string comparisons there.

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  • Using groovy ws with enum types?

    - by Jared
    I'm trying to use groovy ws to call a webservice. One of the properties of the generated class is it's self a class with an enum type. Although the debug messages show that the com.test.FinalActionType is created at runtime when the WSDL is read I can't create an instance of it using code like proxy.create("com.test.FinalActionType") When I try and assign a string to my class uin place of an instance of FinalActionType groovy is not able to do the conversion. How can I get an instance of this class to use in a webservice call? I've pasted the important part of the WSDL below. <xsd:simpleType name="FinalActionType"> <xsd:restriction base="xsd:string"> <xsd:enumeration value="stop"/> <xsd:enumeration value="quit"/> <xsd:enumeration value="continue"/> <xsd:whiteSpace value="collapse"/> </xsd:restriction> </xsd:simpleType>

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  • javac will not compile enum, ( Windows Sun 1.6 --> OpenJDK 1.6)

    - by avgvstvs
    package com.scheduler.process; public class Process { public enum state { NOT_SUBMITTED, SUBMITTED, BLOCKED, READY, RUNNING, COMPLETED } private state currentState; public state getCurrentState() { return currentState; } public void setCurrentState(state currentState) { this.currentState = currentState; } } package com.scheduler.machine; import com.scheduler.process.Process; import com.scheduler.process.Process.state; public class Machine { com.scheduler.process.Process p = new com.scheduler.process.Process(); state s = state.READY; //fails if I don't also explicitly import Process.state p.setCurrentState(s); //says I need a declarator id after 's'... this is wrong. p.setCurrentState(state.READY); } Modified the example to try and direct to the issue. I cannot change the state on this code. Eclipse suggests importing Process.state like I had on my previous example, but this doesn't work either. This allows state s = state.READY but the call to p.setCurrentState(s); fails as does p.setCurrentState(state.READY);

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  • C#: Why only integral enums?

    - by JamesBrownIsDead
    I've been writing C# for seven years now, and I keep wondering, why do enums have to be of an integral type? Wouldn't it be nice to do something like: enum ErrorMessage { NotFound: "Could not find", BadRequest: "Malformed request" } Is this a language design choice, or are there fundamental incompatibilities on a compiler, CLR, or IL level? Do other languages have enums with string or complex (i.e. object) types? What languages? (I'm aware of workarounds; my question is, why are they needed?) EDIT: "workarounds" = attributes or static classes with consts :)

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  • c++: what is a good idea for a list of strings?

    - by John
    I simply want to build an RPG and make it as neat as possible, I wish to define a pile of strings which I may want to edit later, so I tried something like this: enum {MSG_INIT = "Welcome to ...", MSG_FOO = "bar"}; But I just get errors, such as that MSG_INIT is not an integer! Why must it not be a string, are that what enums are only for? What do you think is the best way to define a pile of strings? In a struct called msg or something? I'm kinda new to all this so I'd really appreciate small examples.

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  • Why can I set an anonymous enum equal to another in C but not C++?

    - by samoz
    I have the following code snippet: enum { one } x; enum { two } y; x = y; That will compile in C, but in C++, I get the following error: test.c:6: error: cannot convert ‘main()::<anonymous enum>’ to ‘main()::<anonymous enum>’ in assignment Can someone explain to me why this is happening? I would prefer an answer with some specifics about why the compiler behaves this way, rather than just "You can't do that"

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  • How can I use Generics to create a way of making an IEnumerable from an enum?

    - by Samantha J
    Given an enum like this: public enum City { London = 1, Liverpool = 20, Leeds = 25 } public enum House { OneFloor = 1, TwoFloors = 2 } I am using the following code to give me an IEnumerable: City[] values = (City[])Enum.GetValues(typeof(City)); var valuesWithNames = from value in values select new { value = (int)value, name = value.ToString() }; The code works very good however I have to do this for quite a lot of enums. Is there a way I could create a generic way of doing this?

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  • How to use a separate class to validate credit card numbers in C#

    - by EvanRyan
    I have set up a class to validate credit card numbers. The credit card type and number are selected on a form in a separate class. I'm trying to figure out how to get the credit card type and number that are selected in the other class (frmPayment) in to my credit card class algorithm: public enum CardType { MasterCard, Visa, AmericanExpress } public sealed class CardValidator { public static string SelectedCardType { get; private set; } public static string CardNumber { get; private set; } private CardValidator(string selectedCardType, string cardNumber) { SelectedCardType = selectedCardType; CardNumber = cardNumber; } public static bool Validate(CardType cardType, string cardNumber) { byte[] number = new byte[16]; int length = 0; for (int i = 0; i < cardNumber.Length; i++) { if (char.IsDigit(cardNumber, i)) { if (length == 16) return false; number[length++] = byte.Parse(cardNumber[i]); //not working. find different way to parse } } switch(cardType) { case CardType.MasterCard: if(length != 16) return false; if(number[0] != 5 || number[1] == 0 || number[1] > 5) return false; break; case CardType.Visa: if(length != 16 & length != 13) return false; if(number[0] != 4) return false; break; case CardType.AmericanExpress: if(length != 15) return false; if(number[0] != 3 || (number[1] != 4 & number[1] != 7)) return false; break; } // Use Luhn Algorithm to validate int sum = 0; for(int i = length - 1; i >= 0; i--) { if(i % 2 == length % 2) { int n = number[i] * 2; sum += (n / 10) + (n % 10); } else sum += number[i]; } return (sum % 10 == 0); } }

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