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  • function to remove duplicate characters in a string

    - by Codenotguru
    The following code is trying to remove any duplicate characters in a string.Iam not sure if the code is right??Can anybody help me with the working of the code i.e whats actually happening when there is a match in characters? public static void removeDuplicates(char[] str) { if (str == null) return; int len = str.length; if (len < 2) return; int tail = 1; for (int i = 1; i < len; ++i) { int j; for (j = 0; j < tail; ++j) { if (str[i] == str[j]) break; } if (j == tail) { str[tail] = str[i]; ++tail; } } str[tail] = 0; }

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  • build.xml in ant

    - by Codenotguru
    > Can anybody help me know what these tags do in build.xml file? > > 1)<property file="" location="."/> > 2)<property environment=""/> > 3)<property name="" value=""/> 4)<path > id="classpath.base"> 5)<pathelement > location="$some.jar"/> 6)<path > id="classpath.build"> 7)<path > id="classpath.test"> > 8)<target></target> > > Thank You

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  • Java interface 'interview'-style problem

    - by Codenotguru
    Problem/Task: Write an interface with one method and two classes that implement this interface. Now write a main method with an array that holds an instance of each class. Using a for-each loop, invoke the method upon each item. Is this an interview question? (I'm not sure if the author meant to post this as a question or was looking for an answer to the above.)

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  • const object in c++

    - by Codenotguru
    I have a question on constant objects. In the following program: class const_check{ int a; public: const_check(int i); void print() const; void print2(); }; const_check::const_check(int i):a(i) {} void const_check::print() const { int a=19; cout<<"The value in a is:"<<a; } void const_check::print2() { int a=10; cout<<"The value in a is:"<<a; } int main(){ const_check b(5); const const_check c(6); b.print2(); c.print(); } void print() is constant member function of the class const_check, so according to the definition of constants if any attempt to change int a it should result in an error but the program works fine for me.I think i am having some confusion here, can anybody tell me why the compiler is not flagging it as an error??

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  • ant debugging in eclipse

    - by Codenotguru
    I would like to know about the debugging capabilities of ANT using eclipse. Basically I have an ANT build script written by a colleague and I wanted to step through each target to see what are the various tasks that are beings called.

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  • junit testing with mockobjects

    - by Codenotguru
    we are planning to bring Junit testing into our project and we just realised that to do junit testing we need to create lot of mockobjects. Can anyone suggest me a good tool or framework that can create these mockobjects for the classes that i will be performing unit testing?

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  • replacing space with %20

    - by Codenotguru
    The following program replaces all spaces with %20.the compilation works fine but the program terminates during the runtime.Any help??? #include<iostream> #include<string> using namespace std; void removeSpaces(string url){ int len=url.length(); int i,count=0; while(i<=len){ if(url[i]==' ') count++; i++; } int length2=len+(count*2); string newarr[length2]; for(int j=len-1;j>=0;j--){ if(url[j]==' ') { newarr[length2-1]='0'; newarr[length2-2]='2'; newarr[length2-3]='%'; length2=length2-3; } else { newarr[length2-1]=url[j]; length2=length2-1; } } cout<<"\nThe number of spaces in the url is:"<<count; cout<<"\nThe replaced url is:"<<newarr; } int main(){ string url="http://www.ya h o o.com/"; removeSpaces(url); }

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