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  argument list tokenargument list tokenJava (JDK 1.1), Java (JDK 1.2), Java (JDK 1.3), Java (JDK 1.4), Java (JDK 1.5)Beginner /
honeydatax@sapo.pt
2318 since
9/12/2019 2:51:03 PM
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       splint a argument list in math rules the division and multiplication not have priority only solve linear Click here to see a screenshot of this code!(ScreenShot)
 
 
  Average Grade Using One Dimensional Array in JavaAverage Grade Using One Dimensional Array in JavaJava (JDK 1.1), Java (JDK 1.2), Java (JDK 1.3), Java (JDK 1.4), Java (JDK 1.5)Beginner /
Jake R. Pomperada
10451 since
8/29/2015 1:41:47 PM
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       In this example I wrote a program that will compute the average grade of the student on his or her several subjects using one dimensional array in Java the code is very simple to understand and use. If you have some questions about programming, about my w ...(description truncated)Click here to see a screenshot of this code!(ScreenShot)
 
 
  Binary Search Tree 1.0Binary Search Tree 1.0Java (JDK 1.2)Intermediate /
Fabian Jones (from psc cd)
5558 since
1/3/2015 1:11:00 PM

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       ***Version 1.0*** Traversing the tree is now available. PreOrder, InOrder, and PostOrder traversing is now available. The next version will be a GUI showing the operations being performed on the tree.<br> ***Version 0.7***<br> - Cleaned up the code ...(description truncated)
 
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  Bubble sort an array of StringsBubble sort an array of StringsJava (JDK 1.1), Java (JDK 1.2), Java (JDK 1.3), Java (JDK 1.4), Java (JDK 1.5)Beginner /
Chrystian Vieyra (from psc cd)
21715 since
1/4/2015 2:39:00 PM

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       Sorts an array of structures by using the bubble sort
 
 
  Bubble Sort ProgramBubble Sort ProgramJava (JDK 1.1), Java (JDK 1.2), Java (JDK 1.3), Java (JDK 1.4), Java (JDK 1.5)Intermediate /
Jake R. Pomperada
5904 since
8/5/2015 1:19:17 PM
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       In this article I would like to share with you one of the most common sorting algorithm used in computer science it is called bubble sort. Basically we use sorting to arrange the values in ascending or descending order. What our program does is to ask the ...(description truncated)Click here to see a screenshot of this code!(ScreenShot)
 
 
  Circular Linked ListCircular Linked ListJava (JDK 1.2)Beginner /
michael worthington (from psc cd)
5167 since
1/2/2015 8:50:00 PM

By 5 Users

       The Circular Linked List class is created from scratch as well as uses its own Node class. It differs from the regular linked list because the last node points to the first node. CLL's are like arrays but have some differences. This is an excellent class ...(description truncated)
 
 
  Conversion of Quick sort  AlgorithmConversion of Quick sort AlgorithmJava (JDK 1.3), Java (JDK 1.4), Java (JDK 1.5)Intermediate /
Harikrishnan
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8/18/2016 12:08:49 PM
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       Conversion of Algorithm to Quick sort code Code Modules 1) Reading and displaying the array of elements to sort 2) Finding the pivot element(element for splitting into left and right),i mean the split element 3)Partitioning the elements 4)Recursive callin ...(description truncated)Click here to see a screenshot of this code!(ScreenShot)
 
 
  DictionaryDictionaryJava (JDK 1.2)Advanced /
N.D.I.Samantha (from psc cd)
3957 since
1/3/2015 6:57:00 PM

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       Dictionary using Hash FuntionClick here to see a screenshot of this code!(ScreenShot)
 
 
  Dictionary in JavaDictionary in JavaJava (JDK 1.1), Java (JDK 1.2)Beginner /
Babar Mehboob (from psc cd)
3475 since
1/3/2015 5:17:00 PM

By 2 Users

       Dictionary implemented in Java. You can add and delete word meaings as well as save and load them. This was my first year bsc project. I have implemented a binary tree to store the word and its corresponding meaning........... Uploaded code with the compi ...(description truncated)
 
 
  EnumSuper 'family' of type-safe enumerationsEnumSuper 'family' of type-safe enumerationsJava (JDK 1.1), Java (JDK 1.2)Advanced /
Paraclete (from psc cd)
2994 since
1/2/2015 6:42:00 PM

By 2 Users

       Java is missing the type-safe "enum" capability of C++ and Pascal. This software implements a reasonable, practical approach for an application to declare/define a "family" of typesafe enums, such as Color, Gender, Progress, etc.
 


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