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Declaring a variable in an ARRAY (Using Switches*)

Post icon  Posted 10 May 2009 - 08:58 AM

I keep getting an ERROR MSG for my variable 'count'.

The First 2 cases work fine, but the last 2 do not. Please assist me in setting up the array in case #3 & #4.

Case #3 should have the output:

E: 28
O: 27
A: 22
N: 19
T: 19
I: 18
S: 15
D: 13
L: 13
R: 13
M: 10
Y: 10
W: 9
H: 8
V: 7
F: 6
C: 5
G: 5
U: 4
B: 3
P: 3
J: 1
K: 0
Q: 0
X: 0
Z: 0

Case #4 Should be the reverse...


import java.io.*;

class Wheel_Numerical
{
  public static void main(String[] arguments)
  {
	String phrase[] =
	{
	  "A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE",
	  "DON'T EAT YELLOW SNOW",
	  "JUST DO IT",
	  "EVERY GOOD BOY DOES FINE",
	  "I WANT MY MTV",
	  "HOW 'BOUT THEM COWBOYS",
	  "PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM",
	  "FROSTY THE SNOWMAN",
	  "ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD",
	  "HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE",
	  "VALENTINE'S DAY MASSACRE",
	  "GROVER CLEVELAND OHIO",
	  "WONDERFUL WORLD OF DISNEY",
	  "COAL MINER'S DAUGHTER",
	  "WILL IT PLAY IN PEORIA"
	};
	int[] letterCount = new int[26];
	for (int count = 0; count < phrase.length; count++)
	{
	   String current = phrase[count];
	   char[] letters = current.toCharArray();
	   for (int count2 = 0; count2 < letters.length; count2++)
	   {
		  char lett = letters[count2];
		  if ( (lett >= 'A') & (lett <= 'Z') )
		  {
		  letterCount[lett - 'A']++;
		  }
	   }
	}
	  //User input
	  int order = 0; //allows user to choose how they want to display the results
	  boolean valid = false; //Checks validity of query
	  BufferedReader in=new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(System.in));
	  while (valid == false)
	  {
		 System.out.println("How do you want to display your results?\n"+
		  "1. A-Z\n"+
		  "2. Z-A\n"+
		  "3. Greatest-Smallest\n"+
		  "4. Smallest-Greatest\n");
		  order = Integer.parseInt(in.readLine());
		  switch (order)
		  {
			 case 1:
				 valid = true;
				  break;
			  case 2:
				 valid = true;
				  break;
			  case 3:
				 valid = true;
				  break;
			  case 4:
				 valid = true;
				  break;
			  default:
				 System.out.println("Choose an option from 1 to 4.\n");
				  break;
			}
		}

		if (order == 1) // Prints in alphebetical order
		{
		   System.out.println("Alphebetical Order");
			for (char count = 'A'; count <= 'Z'; count++)
			{
			   System.out.println(count + ": " +
				   letterCount[count - 'A']);
			}
			System.out.println();
		}

		if (order == 2) // Prints in reverse-alphebetical order
		{
		   System.out.println("Reverse-Alphebetical Order");
			for (char count = 'Z'; count >= 'A'; count--)
			{
			   System.out.println(count + ": " +
				   letterCount[count - 'A']);
			}
			System.out.println();
		}

		if (order == 3) // Prints Greatest to Smallest
		{
		   System.out.println("Greatest to Smallest");
			int largestNum = letterCount[0];
			for (int i = 0; i < letterCount.length; i++)
			{
			   if (letterCount[i] > largestNum)
				{
				   largestNum = letterCount[i];
				}
			}
			for (int x = largestNum; x >= 0; x--)
			{
			   for(int count = 0; count < letterCount.length; count++);
				{
				   if (x == letterCount[count])
				   {
					  if (count == 0)
					   {
						  System.out.println("A: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 1)
					   {
						  System.out.println("B: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 2)
					   {
						  System.out.println("C: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 3)
					   {
						  System.out.println("D: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 4)
					   {
						  System.out.println("E: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 5)
					   {
						  System.out.println("F: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 6)
					   {
						  System.out.println("G: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 7)
					   {
						  System.out.println("H: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 8)
					   {
						  System.out.println("I: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 9)
					   {
						  System.out.println("J: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 10)
					   {
						  System.out.println("K: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 11)
					   {
						  System.out.println("L: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 12)
					   {
						  System.out.println("M: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 13)
					   {
						  System.out.println("N: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 14)
					   {
						  System.out.println("O: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 15)
					   {
						  System.out.println("P: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 16)
					   {
						  System.out.println("Q: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 17)
					   {
						  System.out.println("R: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 18)
					   {
						  System.out.println("S: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 19)
					   {
						  System.out.println("T: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 20)
					   {
						  System.out.println("U: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 21)
						{
						   System.out.println("V: " + x);
						}
					  if (count == 22)
						{
						   System.out.println("W: " + x);
						}
				   	  if (count == 23)
					   {
						  System.out.println("X: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 24)
					   {
						  System.out.println("Y: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 25)
					   {
						  System.out.println("Z: " + x);
					   }
					}
				 }
			  }
		   }

	if (order == 4) // Prints Smallest to Greatest
		{
		   System.out.println("Smallest to Greatest");
			int largestNum = letterCount[0];
			for (int i = 0; i < letterCount.length; i++)
			{
			   if (letterCount[i] > largestNum)
				{
				   largestNum = letterCount[i];
				}
			}
			for (int x = 0; x <= largestNum; x++)
			{
			   for(int count = 0; count < letterCount.length; count++)
				{
				   if (x == letterCount[count])
				   {
					  if (count == 0)
					   {
						  System.out.println("A: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 1)
					   {
						  System.out.println("B: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 2)
					   {
						  System.out.println("C: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 3)
					   {
						  System.out.println("D: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 4)
					   {
						  System.out.println("E: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 5)
					   {
						  System.out.println("F: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 6)
					   {
						  System.out.println("G: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 7)
					   {
						  System.out.println("H: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 8)
					   {
						  System.out.println("I: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 9)
					   {
						  System.out.println("J: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 10)
					   {
						  System.out.println("K: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 11)
					   {
						  System.out.println("L: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 12)
					   {
						  System.out.println("M: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 13)
					   {
						  System.out.println("N: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 14)
					   {
						  System.out.println("O: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 15)
					   {
						  System.out.println("P: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 16)
					   {
						  System.out.println("Q: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 17)
					   {
						  System.out.println("R: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 18)
					   {
						  System.out.println("S: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 19)
					   {
						  System.out.println("T: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 20)
					   {
						  System.out.println("U: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 21)
						{
						   System.out.println("V: " + x);
						}
					  if (count == 22)
						{
						   System.out.println("W: " + x);
						}
				   	  if (count == 23)
					   {
						  System.out.println("X: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 24)
					   {
						  System.out.println("Y: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 25)
					   {
						  System.out.println("Z: " + x);
					   }
				   }
			   }
		   }
	   }
   }
}


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Re: Declaring a variable in an ARRAY (Using Switches*)

Posted 10 May 2009 - 11:01 AM

I isolated the 3rd case and I still get an error. It reads:

"WheelNum.java:168: class, interface, or enum expected"

import java.io.*;

class WheelNum
{
  public static void main(String[] arguments)
  {
	String phrase[] =
	{
	  "A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE",
	  "DON'T EAT YELLOW SNOW",
	  "JUST DO IT",
	  "EVERY GOOD BOY DOES FINE",
	  "I WANT MY MTV",
	  "HOW 'BOUT THEM COWBOYS",
	  "PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM",
	  "FROSTY THE SNOWMAN",
	  "ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD",
	  "HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE",
	  "VALENTINE'S DAY MASSACRE",
	  "GROVER CLEVELAND OHIO",
	  "WONDERFUL WORLD OF DISNEY",
	  "COAL MINER'S DAUGHTER",
	  "WILL IT PLAY IN PEORIA"
	};
	int[] letterCount = new int[26];
	for (int count = 0; count < phrase.length; count++)
	{
		String current = phrase[count];
		char[] letters = current.toCharArray();
		for (int count2 = 0; count2 < letters.length; count2++)
		{
		   char lett = letters[count2];
		   if ( (lett >= 'A') & (lett <= 'Z') )
		   {
		   letterCount[lett - 'A']++;
		   }
		}
	 }

			int largestNum = letterCount[0];
			for (int i = 0; i < letterCount.length; i++)
			{
			   if (letterCount[i] > largestNum)
				{
				   largestNum = letterCount[i];
				}
			}
			for (int x = largestNum; x >= 0; x--)
			{
			   for(int count = 0; count < letterCount.length; count++);
				{
				   if (x == letterCount[count])
				   {
					  if (count == 0)
					   {
						  System.out.println("A: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 1)
					   {
						  System.out.println("B: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 2)
					   {
						  System.out.println("C: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 3)
					   {
						  System.out.println("D: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 4)
					   {
						  System.out.println("E: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 5)
					   {
						  System.out.println("F: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 6)
					   {
						  System.out.println("G: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 7)
					   {
						  System.out.println("H: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 8)
					   {
						  System.out.println("I: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 9)
					   {
						  System.out.println("J: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 10)
					   {
						  System.out.println("K: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 11)
					   {
						  System.out.println("L: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 12)
					   {
						  System.out.println("M: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 13)
					   {
						  System.out.println("N: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 14)
					   {
						  System.out.println("O: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 15)
					   {
						  System.out.println("P: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 16)
					   {
						  System.out.println("Q: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 17)
					   {
						  System.out.println("R: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 18)
					   {
						  System.out.println("S: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 19)
					   {
						  System.out.println("T: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 20)
					   {
						  System.out.println("U: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 21)
						{
						   System.out.println("V: " + x);
						}
					  if (count == 22)
						{
						   System.out.println("W: " + x);
						}
				   	  if (count == 23)
					   {
						  System.out.println("X: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 24)
					   {
						  System.out.println("Y: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 25)
					   {
						  System.out.println("Z: " + x);
					   }
					}
				}
			}
		}
	}
}



Can you please assist me in identifying the problem.
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Re: Declaring a variable in an ARRAY (Using Switches*)

Posted 10 May 2009 - 01:47 PM

You had a stray semicolon in your code. See below for correction and simplification of your vast sequence of ifs:

            for (int x = largestNum; x >= 0; x--)
            {
                for(int count = 0; count < letterCount.length; count++)
                {
                    if (x == letterCount[count] && count >= 0 && count <= 25) 
                    {
                        System.out.printf("%s: %s\n", (char)('A' + count), x); 
                    }
                }
            }



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Posted 10 May 2009 - 06:32 PM

I can't believe there are people writing so horrible code in 2009 no switches needed at all :D

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Re: Declaring a variable in an ARRAY (Using Switches*)

Posted 10 May 2009 - 10:04 PM

View Postg00se, on 10 May, 2009 - 12:47 PM, said:

You had a stray semicolon in your code. See below for correction and simplification of your vast sequence of ifs:

            for (int x = largestNum; x >= 0; x--)
            {
                for(int count = 0; count < letterCount.length; count++)
                {
                    if (x == letterCount[count] && count >= 0 && count <= 25) 
                    {
                        System.out.printf("%s: %s\n", (char)('A' + count), x); 
                    }
                }
            }




I ran this today and i got THIS as my output:

A: 22
N: 19
T: 19
I: 18
S: 15
D: 13
L: 13
R: 13
M: 10
Y: 10
W: 9
H: 8
V: 7
F: 6
C: 5
G: 5
U: 4
B: 3
P: 3
J: 1
K: 0
Q: 0
X: 0
Z: 0

Why is 'A' first... Where did "E: 28 O: 27" go? I am lost with this IF statement...
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Re: Declaring a variable in an ARRAY (Using Switches*)

Posted 10 May 2009 - 10:15 PM

import java.io.*;

class WheelNum
{

  public static void main(String[] arguments)
  {


	String phrase[] =
	{
	  "A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE",
	  "DON'T EAT YELLOW SNOW",
	  "JUST DO IT",
	  "EVERY GOOD BOY DOES FINE",
	  "I WANT MY MTV",
	  "HOW 'BOUT THEM COWBOYS",
	  "PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM",
	  "FROSTY THE SNOWMAN",
	  "ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD",
	  "HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE",
	  "VALENTINE'S DAY MASSACRE",
	  "GROVER CLEVELAND OHIO",
	  "WONDERFUL WORLD OF DISNEY",
	  "COAL MINER'S DAUGHTER",
	  "WILL IT PLAY IN PEORIA"
	};

	int[] letterCount = new int[26];
	for (int count = 0; count < phrase.length; count++)
	{
		String current = phrase[count];
		char[] letters = current.toCharArray();
		for (int count2 = 0; count2 < letters.length; count2++)
		{
		   char lett = letters[count2];
		   if ( (lett >= 'A') & (lett <= 'Z') )
		   {
		   letterCount[lett - 'A']++;
		   }
		}
	 }

			int largestNum = letterCount[0];
			for (int i = 0; i < letterCount.length; i++)
			{
			   if (letterCount[i] > largestNum)
				{
				   largestNum = letterCount[i];
				}
			}
			for (int x = largestNum; x >= 0; x--)
			{
			   for( int count = 0; count < letterCount.length; count++)
				{
				   if (x == letterCount[count])
				   {
					  if (count == 0)
					   {
						  System.out.println("A: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 1)
					   {
						  System.out.println("B: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 2)
					   {
						  System.out.println("C: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 3)
					   {
						  System.out.println("D: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 4)
					   {
						  System.out.println("E: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 5)
					   {
						  System.out.println("F: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 6)
					   {
						  System.out.println("G: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 7)
					   {
						  System.out.println("H: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 8)
					   {
						  System.out.println("I: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 9)
					   {
						  System.out.println("J: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 10)
					   {
						  System.out.println("K: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 11)
					   {
						  System.out.println("L: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 12)
					   {
						  System.out.println("M: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 13)
					   {
						  System.out.println("N: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 14)
					   {
						  System.out.println("O: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 15)
					   {
						  System.out.println("P: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 16)
					   {
						  System.out.println("Q: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 17)
					   {
						  System.out.println("R: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 18)
					   {
						  System.out.println("S: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 19)
					   {
						  System.out.println("T: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 20)
					   {
						  System.out.println("U: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 21)
						{
						   System.out.println("V: " + x);
						}
					  if (count == 22)
						{
						   System.out.println("W: " + x);
						}
						 if (count == 23)
					   {
						  System.out.println("X: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 24)
					   {
						  System.out.println("Y: " + x);
					   }
					  if (count == 25)
					   {
						  System.out.println("Z: " + x);
					   }
					}
				}
			}
		}
	}



just remove the semicolon after the for loop and it is perfect
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Re: Declaring a variable in an ARRAY (Using Switches*)

Posted 10 May 2009 - 10:23 PM

update code
class WheelNum
{

  public static void main(String[] arguments)
  {


	String phrase[] =
	{
	  "A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE",
	  "DON'T EAT YELLOW SNOW",
	  "JUST DO IT",
	  "EVERY GOOD BOY DOES FINE",
	  "I WANT MY MTV",
	  "HOW 'BOUT THEM COWBOYS",
	  "PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM",
	  "FROSTY THE SNOWMAN",
	  "ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD",
	  "HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE",
	  "VALENTINE'S DAY MASSACRE",
	  "GROVER CLEVELAND OHIO",
	  "WONDERFUL WORLD OF DISNEY",
	  "COAL MINER'S DAUGHTER",
	  "WILL IT PLAY IN PEORIA"
	};

	int[] letterCount = new int[26];
	for (int count = 0; count < phrase.length; count++)
	{
		String current = phrase[count];
		char[] letters = current.toCharArray();
		for (int count2 = 0; count2 < letters.length; count2++)
		{
		   char lett = letters[count2];
		   if ( (lett >= 'A') & (lett <= 'Z') )
		   {
		   letterCount[lett - 'A']++;
		   }
		}
	 }

			int largestNum = letterCount[0];
			for (int i = 0; i < letterCount.length; i++)
			{
			   if (letterCount[i] > largestNum)
				{
				   largestNum = letterCount[i];
				}
			}
			for (int x = largestNum; x >= 0; x--)
			{
			   for( int count = 0; count < letterCount.length; count++)
				{
				   if (x == letterCount[count])
				   {
					   switch(count)
					   {
					  case 0:
					   
						  System.out.println("A: " + x);

					  break;
						   case 1:
					   
						  System.out.println("B: " + x);
					   break;
						   case 2:
					   
						  System.out.println("C: " + x);
					   break;
						   case 3:
					   
						  System.out.println("D: " + x);
					   break;
						   case 4:
					   
						  System.out.println("E: " + x);
					   break;
						   case 5:
					   
						  System.out.println("F: " + x);
					   break;
					   case 6:

						  System.out.println("G: " + x);
					   break;
					   case 7:

						  System.out.println("H: " + x);
					   break;
					   case 8:

						  System.out.println("I: " + x);
					   break;
					   case 9:

						  System.out.println("J: " + x);
					   break;
					  case 10:

						  System.out.println("K: " + x);
					   break;
					  case 11:

						  System.out.println("L: " + x);
					   break;
					  case 12:

						  System.out.println("M: " + x);
					   break;
					  case 13:

						  System.out.println("N: " + x);
					   break;
					  case 14:

						  System.out.println("0: " + x);
					   break;
					  case 15:

						  System.out.println("P: " + x);
					   break;
					   case 16:

						  System.out.println("Q: " + x);
					   break;
					   case 17:

						  System.out.println("R: " + x);
					   break;
					   case 18:

						  System.out.println("S: " + x);
					   break;
					case 19:

						  System.out.println("T: " + x);
					   break;
					case 20:

						  System.out.println("U: " + x);
					   break;
					  case 21:

						  System.out.println("V: " + x);
					   break;
					   case 22:

						  System.out.println("W: " + x);
					   break;
						 case 23:

						  System.out.println("X: " + x);
					   break;
					  case 24:

						  System.out.println("Y: " + x);
					   break;
					   case 25:

						  System.out.println("F: " + x);
					   break;
					}
				}
			}
		}
  }
}


hopes this works

This post has been edited by prajayshetty: 10 May 2009 - 10:24 PM

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Re: Declaring a variable in an ARRAY (Using Switches*)

Posted 11 May 2009 - 12:37 AM

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I ran this today and i got THIS as my output:


Well that looks like the A-Z display. In fact i didn't recommend making changes to that part of the code. The changes are only necessary in displays 3 and 4 so i can only assume you put my amendments in the wrong place. It works fine for me
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Re: Declaring a variable in an ARRAY (Using Switches*)

Posted 11 May 2009 - 04:44 PM

Still no switch needed
 for (int x = largestNum; x >= 0; x--)
			{
			   for( int count = 0; count < letterCount.length; count++)
			   {
				   char letter = 'A' + count;
				   System.out.println("/"" + letter +":/" " + letterCount[count]);
			   }


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