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View the most occurring value from an arraylist
Hello,
I have an arraylist with double values, the most occurring value (so the value that occurs most often in the arraylist) should be returned.
My question is that someone maybe can help me to solve this. I use the program BlueJ.
I hope someone can help me asap.
Thanks.

To get the most out of your course and this forum, you should first attempt to solve this problem yourself, and then if you run into a snag, post your code. So what have you tried?
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I had the method to get all values into an array, but then I don't know how to get further. What I have is definately good:
Java Code:public double getModas() { double[] a = new double[1480]; for (Temp m : wd.getAllBla()) { for(int index = 0; index < a.length; index++){ a[index] = m.getCode(); } } }
 11012009, 06:13 AM #4Senior Member
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Put the values in a frequency Map<Integer, Temp>. So you loop through the arraylist once setting the object frequencies in the map.
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Sorry, but I don't understand what you mean. Can you perhaps explain how do I do it? Sorry, but I am a bit new to java.
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I have now the following, by myself:
Java Code:public double getModas() { double[] a = new double[1480]; for (Temp m : ws.getAllBla()) { for(int index = 0; index<a.length; index++){ a[index] = m.getCode(); if(a[index] == a[index]){ double b = (a[index]); // System.out.println(b); } } } }
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Okay, think like this. You have an array with large number of elements, and some of them duplicated, as follows.
{1, 2, 1, 4, 5, 1, 2, 5, 6, 8}
You can see there numbers like 1, 2, etc are duplicated. You want to count each occurrence on each number and get the maximum occurrence. So before get the exact solution you need to count each of them and keep, and that result should be like follows.
1 > 3 times
2 > 2 times
4 > 1 time
5 > 2 times
6 > 1 time
8 > 1 time
You have each item and the number of occurrence corresponding to. Map in Java do the same for you.
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Ok, that's clearly how it works, thanks.
But how do I get the value's into a Map, and read them out?
Thanks in advance.
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Here is a very simple code segment for your reference. Carefully go through it.
Java Code:int[] myArray = {1, 2, 1, 4, 5, 1, 2, 5, 6, 8}; TreeMap <Integer, Integer> tMap = new TreeMap<Integer, Integer>(); for(int index = 0; index < myArray.length; index++) { if(tMap.get(myArray[index]) == null) { tMap.put(myArray[index], 1); } else { int val = tMap.get(myArray[index]); tMap.put(myArray[index], ++val); } } System.out.println(tMap.keySet()); System.err.println(tMap.values());
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Thank you!
And how do I now return the most occuring number?(here it is 1)
And my value's in the array are doubles, I don't know of it matters.
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Did you read the API?
Using simple logic you can do that, loop through each item and check for the maximum value at least.
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But you can't put doubles in the Map? It gives an error with tMap.put(a[index], 1); because a[index] is a double..
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