A method name “unique” is coded with the return type as Boolean (true or false). So it will return “true” if its is a unique word, else it will return “false” if it is not unique. The method is done based on Linear Search Algorithm, we search for a character in a word, Once with first letter and then second, gradually with all the letters present in the word. For each phase of search we keep a counter,if the counter is increased more than once then the word is not unique, we stop further check and return “false”, from the method to the Main method. After all the letters searched, if the counter still remains < 2 then we say its unique.
Before coding the program let us first have an understanding of what HCF is and a brief information about it. FACTOR A factor of a given number is every number that divides exactly into that number. Example Write down all factors of 10. 10 = 2 x 5, so numbers 2 and 5 are factors […]
ICSE Program A double armstrong number is a number that is equal to the sum of its digits where each digit is raised to the power of the number of digits in the number. Eg: 153 370 371 407 1634 8208 9474 Explanation: 371 has 3 digits Therefore, 9474 has 4 digits Therefore, Write a […]
Organic Chemistry Conversion Chart The following hardwritten chart is a tool to identify and understand the various possible conversions in Organic chemistry. Use the chart to follow and understand how we can convert one organic molecule into another. All the conversions are based on the syllabus for ICSE 2017. If there are any doubts please leave […]
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