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Problem in finding the mode of a number in an array
Hi, I have got a problem as follows:
[b]The mode of an array of numbers is the number [i]m[/i] in the array that is repeated most frequently. If more than one number is repeated with equal maximal frequencies, there is no mode. Write a program that accepts an array of numbers and returns the mode or an indication that the mode does not exist[/b]
For this I have written the following code:
/* Question C.c (too long to write)
Compiler: Turbo C++ 3 */#include#define
int mode (int arr[MAX])
int i=0, j, t=0, p=1;
for (j=1; j<=MAX; j++)
/*else if (p==t)
int i, f;
for (i=1; i<=MAX; i++)
printf("Enter a number: ");
printf("The maximal frequency of the inputted array is: %d", f);
However, in case of
[code] if (p==t) [/code]
it always comes true and the return value is termed 0. However, without that statement and the condition that there cannot be a '0 mode' the program works fine.
Thanks in advance.
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