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mapAB Challlenge

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Hi,

I am working on below challenge.
http://codingbat.com/prob/p107259
Psedo code:
1. check if mp has a and b as key
2. if yes append keys and values and return map

I wrote my code as below and passing all tests
public Map<String, String> mapAB(Map<String, String> map) {
  if(map.containsKey("a")&&map.containsKey("b") ){
    map.put("ab",map.get("a")+map.get("b"));
  }
  return map;
}

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Any improvements or alternate approaches?      

please advise
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by:zzynx
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Nothing to improve here. It just works as it should.
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by:AndyAinscow
ID: 41823044
Looks fine.  I can't see any obvious problems/inefficiencies.
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by:ste5an
ID: 41823073
In the current case it's almost correct (A grade). Cause the task does not specify whether the value can be null or not.

As concurrent access to the map is possible, cause it's not excluded by the task, the optimal solution is (A+):

public synchronized Map<String, String> mapAB(Map<String, String> map) {
  if(map.containsKey("a") && map.containsKey("b") ){
    map.put("ab", map.get("a" ) + map.get("b"));
  }
  
  return map;
}

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When the value cannot be null, then the following is better, cause it performs slightly better for the normal Map classes:

public synchronized Map<String, String> mapAB(Map<String, String> map) {
  String a = map.get("a");
  String b = map.get("b");
  if(a != null && b != null)
  {
    map.put("ab", a + b);
  }
  
  return map;
}

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by:gudii9
ID: 41823457
if a or b are null map.get("a" ) or map.get("b") gives null pointer exception? please advise
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by:ste5an
ID: 41823462
Test it.
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by:gudii9
ID: 41823508
public Map<String, String> mapAB(Map<String, String> map) {
  if(map.containsKey(null)&&map.containsKey("b") ){
    map.put("ab",map.get("a")+map.get("b"));
  }
  return map;
}

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'
like above?
passing a as null in the a place?

Expected      Run            
mapAB({"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}) → {"b": "There", "a": "Hi", "ab": "HiThere"}      {"b": "There", "a": "Hi"} missing: "ab": "HiThere"      X      
mapAB({"a": "Hi"}) → {"a": "Hi"}      {"a": "Hi"}      OK      
mapAB({"b": "There"}) → {"b": "There"}      {"b": "There"}      OK      
mapAB({"c": "meh"}) → {"c": "meh"}      {"c": "meh"}      OK      
mapAB({"b": "bbb", "c": "ccc", "a": "aaa", "ab": "nope"}) → {"b": "bbb", "c": "ccc", "a": "aaa", "ab": "aaabbb"}      {"b": "bbb", "c": "ccc", "a": "aaa", "ab": "nope"}      X      
mapAB({"b": "bbb", "c": "ccc", "ab": "nope"}) → {"b": "bbb", "c": "ccc", "ab": "nope"}      {"b": "bbb", "c": "ccc", "ab": "nope"}      OK
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by:zzynx
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>> if a or b are null map.get("a" ) or map.get("b") gives null pointer exception
If you're talking about the String variables with the names 'a' and 'b' the above statement is incorrect.
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by:gudii9
ID: 41823542
>> if a or b are null map.get("a" ) or map.get("b") gives null pointer exception
If you're talking about the String variables with the names 'a' and 'b' the above statement is incorrect.

yes. i have to pass Strings only right for this method? how do i test with null in this case to see NPE throws or some other exception throws?
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by:zzynx
ID: 41823560
ste5an was talking about the situation where the value stored for the key "a" (or "b") is null.
(However, you can't test that on the codingbat website, since you don't have control over the tests)
In that case your code would lead to a NPE.
To avoid that you could write:

public Map<String, String> mapAB(Map<String, String> map) {
  if (map.containsKey("a") && map.containsKey("b")) {
      if (map.get("a")==null && map.get("b")==null) {
          map.put("ab", null);
      } else {
          map.put("ab", (map.get("a")==null ? "" : map.get("a")) + (map.get("b")==null ? "" : map.get("b")));
      }
  }
  return map;
}

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by:gudii9
ID: 41823576
i will test in eclipse probably to recreate NPE
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by:gudii9
ID: 41823764
package test;

import java.util.Map;

public class TestMap {

	public static void main(String[] args) {
		// TODO Auto-generated method stub
		System.out.println("--->"+mapAB({"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}));

	}

	
	public static Map<String, String> mapAB(Map<String, String> map) {
		  if (map.containsKey("a") && map.containsKey("b")) {
		      if (map.get("a")==null && map.get("b")==null) {
		          map.put("ab", null);
		      } else {
		          map.put("ab", (map.get("a")==null ? "" : map.get("a")) + (map.get("b")==null ? "" : map.get("b")));
		      }
		  }
		  return map;
		}
}

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above code in eclipse gives error at line 9


Multiple markers at this line
      - Syntax error, insert ")" to complete MethodInvocation
      - The method mapAB(Map<String,String>) in the type TestMap is not applicable for the
       arguments ()
      - Syntax error, insert ";" to complete BlockStatements
      - Syntax error, insert "}" to complete Block


please advise on how to fix it
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by:ste5an
ID: 41823765
By using map.get("xyz") in the codebat lab.
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by:gudii9
ID: 41823773
public Map<String, String> mapAB(Map<String, String> map) {
  if(map.containsKey("a")&&map.containsKey("b") ){
    map.put("ab",map.get("xyz")+map.get("b"));
  }
  return map;
}


//map.get("xyz") 

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Expected      Run            
mapAB({"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}) → {"b": "There", "a": "Hi", "ab": "HiThere"}      {"b": "There", "a": "Hi", "ab": "nullThere"}      X      
mapAB({"a": "Hi"}) → {"a": "Hi"}      {"a": "Hi"}      OK      
mapAB({"b": "There"}) → {"b": "There"}      {"b": "There"}      OK      
mapAB({"c": "meh"}) → {"c": "meh"}      {"c": "meh"}      OK      
mapAB({"b": "bbb", "c": "ccc", "a": "aaa", "ab": "nope"}) → {"b": "bbb", "c": "ccc", "a": "aaa", "ab": "aaabbb"}      {"b": "bbb", "c": "ccc", "a": "aaa", "ab": "nullbbb"}      X      
mapAB({"b": "bbb", "c": "ccc", "ab": "nope"}) → {"b": "bbb", "c": "ccc", "ab": "nope"}      {"b": "bbb", "c": "ccc", "ab": "nope"}      OK      
Correct for more than half the tests

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by:ste5an
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Yup, no NPE.. "nullThere".
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by:gudii9
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i wonder what is wrong with my eclipse class?
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by:gudii9
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what are arguments for method mapAB??
is it below  single map with key, value both as string??

Map<String, String> map

??

is  it two string or other map ?
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by:zzynx
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You shouldn't write:
System.out.println("--->"+mapAB({"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}));

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but
Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
map.put("b", "There");
map.put("a", "Hi");
System.out.println("--->"+mapAB(map));

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On codingbat this
{"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}
is just a notation for a map containing the keys "b" and "a" having the resp. values "There" and "Hi".
In java code you create such a map this way:

Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
map.put("b", "There");
map.put("a", "Hi");

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by:gudii9
ID: 41826553
package test;
import java.util.HashMap;
import java.util.Map;
public class TestMap {
	public static void main(String[] args) {
		// TODO Auto-generated method stub
		//System.out.println("--->"+mapAB({"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}));
		Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
		map.put("b", "There");
		map.put("a", "Hi");
		System.out.println("--->"+mapAB(map));
	}	
	public static Map<String, String> mapAB(Map<String, String> map) {
		  if (map.containsKey("a") && map.containsKey("b")) {
		      if (map.get("a")==null && map.get("b")==null) {
		          map.put("ab", null);
		      } else {
		          map.put("ab", (map.get("a")==null ? "" : map.get("a")) + (map.get("b")==null ? "" : map.get("b")));
		      }
		  }
		  return map;
		}
}
/*You shouldn't write:
System.out.println("--->"+mapAB({"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}));
but
Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
map.put("b", "There");
map.put("a", "Hi");
System.out.println("--->"+mapAB(map));
On codingbat this{"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}
is just a notation for a map containing the keys "b" and "a" having the resp. values "There" and "Hi".
In java code you create such a map this way:

Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
map.put("b", "There");
map.put("a", "Hi")
*/

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above give correct output
--->{a=Hi, ab=HiThere, b=There}
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by:gudii9
ID: 41826564
package test;
import java.util.HashMap;
import java.util.Map;
public class TestMap {
	public static void main(String[] args) {
		// TODO Auto-generated method stub
		//System.out.println("--->"+mapAB({"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}));
		Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
		map.put("b", null);
		map.put("a", "Hi");
		System.out.println("--->"+mapAB(map));
	}	
	public static Map<String, String> mapAB(Map<String, String> map) {
		  if (map.containsKey("a") && map.containsKey("b")) {
		      if (map.get("a")==null && map.get("b")==null) {
		          map.put("ab", null);
		      } else {
		          map.put("ab", (map.get("a")==null ? "" : map.get("a")) + (map.get("b")==null ? "" : map.get("b")));
		      }
		  }
		  return map;
		}
}
/*You shouldn't write:
System.out.println("--->"+mapAB({"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}));
but
Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
map.put("b", "There");
map.put("a", "Hi");
System.out.println("--->"+mapAB(map));
On codingbat this{"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}
is just a notation for a map containing the keys "b" and "a" having the resp. values "There" and "Hi".
In java code you create such a map this way:

Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
map.put("b", "There");
map.put("a", "Hi")
*/

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above gave below output

--->{a=Hi, ab=Hi, b=null}


bsically i am passing b value as null and got output ab=Hi

Is that is how i have to tests null here?
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by:gudii9
ID: 41832369
As concurrent access to the map is possible,

what is meaning of concurrent access to map?



When the value cannot be null, then the following is better, cause it performs slightly better for the normal Map classes:

public synchronized Map<String, String> mapAB(Map<String, String> map) {
  String a = map.get("a");
  String b = map.get("b");
  if(a != null && b != null)
  {
    map.put("ab", a + b);
  }
 
  return map;
}

do you mean instead of above as below( i.e instead of cannot it is can???)

When the value can be null, then the following is better, cause it performs slightly better for the normal Map classes:

public synchronized Map<String, String> mapAB(Map<String, String> map) {
  String a = map.get("a");
  String b = map.get("b");
  if(a != null && b != null)
  {
    map.put("ab", a + b);
  }
 
  return map;
}
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by:gudii9
ID: 41832380
package test;
import java.util.HashMap;
import java.util.Map;
public class TestMap {
	public static void main(String[] args) {
		// TODO Auto-generated method stub
		//System.out.println("--->"+mapAB({"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}));
		Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
		map.put("b", [b]null);[/b]
		map.put("a", "Hi");
		System.out.println("--->"+mapAB(map));
	}	
	public static Map<String, String> mapAB(Map<String, String> map) {
		  if (map.containsKey("a") && map.containsKey("b")) {
		      if (map.get("a")==null && map.get("b")==null) {
		          map.put("ab", null);
		      } else {
		          map.put("ab", (map.get("a")==null ? "" : map.get("a")) + (map.get("b")==null ? "" : map.get("b")));
		      }
		  }
		  return map;
		}
}
/*You shouldn't write:
System.out.println("--->"+mapAB({"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}));
but
Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
map.put("b", "There");
map.put("a", "Hi");
System.out.println("--->"+mapAB(map));
On codingbat this{"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}
is just a notation for a map containing the keys "b" and "a" having the resp. values "There" and "Hi".
In java code you create such a map this way:

Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
map.put("b", "There");
map.put("a", "Hi")
*/

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what is difference between passing Null as above and passing "" as value as below
package test;
import java.util.HashMap;
import java.util.Map;
public class TestMap {
	public static void main(String[] args) {
		// TODO Auto-generated method stub
		//System.out.println("--->"+mapAB({"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}));
		Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
		map.put("b"[b], ""[/b]);
		map.put("a", "Hi");
		System.out.println("--->"+mapAB(map));
	}	
	public static Map<String, String> mapAB(Map<String, String> map) {
		  if (map.containsKey("a") && map.containsKey("b")) {
		      if (map.get("a")==null && map.get("b")==null) {
		          map.put("ab", null);
		      } else {
		          map.put("ab", (map.get("a")==null ? "" : map.get("a")) + (map.get("b")==null ? "" : map.get("b")));
		      }
		  }
		  return map;
		}
}
/*You shouldn't write:
System.out.println("--->"+mapAB({"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}));
but
Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
map.put("b", "There");
map.put("a", "Hi");
System.out.println("--->"+mapAB(map));
On codingbat this{"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}
is just a notation for a map containing the keys "b" and "a" having the resp. values "There" and "Hi".
In java code you create such a map this way:

Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
map.put("b", "There");
map.put("a", "Hi")
*/

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by:zzynx
ID: 41833081
Is that is how i have to tests null here?
Yes.

what is difference between passing Null as above and passing ""
"" is just the empty string and won't lead to NPExceptions like null will.
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by:gudii9
ID: 41837376
what is difference between passing Null as above and passing ""
"" is just the empty string and won't lead to NPExceptions like null will.
below code did not gave NPE even i used Null as value right?
when it gives null vlaue gives NPE where as "" wont give??
package test;
import java.util.HashMap;
import java.util.Map;
public class TestMap {
	public static void main(String[] args) {
		// TODO Auto-generated method stub
		//System.out.println("--->"+mapAB({"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}));
		Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
		map.put("b", null);
		map.put("a", "Hi");
		System.out.println("--->"+mapAB(map));
	}	
	public static Map<String, String> mapAB(Map<String, String> map) {
		  if (map.containsKey("a") && map.containsKey("b")) {
		      if (map.get("a")==null && map.get("b")==null) {
		          map.put("ab", null);
		      } else {
		          map.put("ab", (map.get("a")==null ? "" : map.get("a")) + (map.get("b")==null ? "" : map.get("b")));
		      }
		  }
		  return map;
		}
}
/*You shouldn't write:
System.out.println("--->"+mapAB({"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}));
but
Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
map.put("b", "There");
map.put("a", "Hi");
System.out.println("--->"+mapAB(map));
On codingbat this{"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}
is just a notation for a map containing the keys "b" and "a" having the resp. values "There" and "Hi".
In java code you create such a map this way:

Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
map.put("b", "There");
map.put("a", "Hi")
*/

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by:zzynx
ID: 41837972
>> below code did not gave NPE even i used Null as value right?
Right. That's because you avoid NPE by checking for it:
if (map.get("a")==null && map.get("b")==null) {

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If you wouldn't do that check, you would have an NPE.
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by:gudii9
ID: 41847327
i see line 15

 if (map.get("a")==null && map.get("b")==null) {
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by:gudii9
ID: 41847329
If you wouldn't do that check, you would have an NPE.

you mean like below throws NPE?

package test;
import java.util.HashMap;
import java.util.Map;
public class TestMap {
	public static void main(String[] args) {
		// TODO Auto-generated method stub
		//System.out.println("--->"+mapAB({"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}));
		Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
		map.put("b", null);
		map.put("a", "Hi");
		System.out.println("--->"+mapAB(map));
	}	
	public static Map<String, String> mapAB(Map<String, String> map) {
		  if (map.containsKey("a") && map.containsKey("b")) {
		     // if (map.get("a")==null && map.get("b")==null) {
		         // map.put("ab", null);
		      //} else {
		          map.put("ab", (map.get("a")==null ? "" : map.get("a")) + (map.get("b")==null ? "" : map.get("b")));
		     // }
		  }
		  return map;
		}
}
/*You shouldn't write:
System.out.println("--->"+mapAB({"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}));
but
Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
map.put("b", "There");
map.put("a", "Hi");
System.out.println("--->"+mapAB(map));
On codingbat this{"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}
is just a notation for a map containing the keys "b" and "a" having the resp. values "There" and "Hi".
In java code you create such a map this way:

Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
map.put("b", "There");
map.put("a", "Hi")
*/

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i still did not get NPE rather i got below meaningful output to my eyes??

--->{a=Hi, ab=Hi, b=null}
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by:gudii9
ID: 41847348
public Map<String, String> mapAB(Map<String, String> map) {
  if(map.containsKey("a")&&map.containsKey("b") ){
    map.put("ab",map.get("xyz")+map.get("b"));
  }
  return map;
}


//map.get("xyz") 

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i modified as below which fixed all tests
public Map<String, String> mapAB(Map<String, String> map) {
  if(map.containsKey("a")&&map.containsKey("b") ){
   String x= map.get("a")+map.get("b");
   map.put("ab",x);
  }
  return map;
}

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looks like i have to keep key a and key b and additionally key ab
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ID: 41847351
no sorting comes here based on keys or values??
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by:zzynx
ID: 41847774
>> i still did not get NPE
That's because of
map.put("ab", (map.get("a")==null ? "" : map.get("a")) + (map.get("b")==null ? "" : map.get("b")));

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which also checks for null
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by:gudii9
ID: 41848742
package test;
import java.util.HashMap;
import java.util.Map;
public class TestMap {
	public static void main(String[] args) {
		// TODO Auto-generated method stub
		//System.out.println("--->"+mapAB({"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}));
		Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
		map.put("b", null);
		map.put("a", "Hi");
		System.out.println("--->"+mapAB(map));
	}	
	public static Map<String, String> mapAB(Map<String, String> map) {
		  if (map.containsKey("a") && map.containsKey("b")) {
		     // if (map.get("a")==null && map.get("b")==null) {
		         // map.put("ab", null);
		      //} else {
		          //map.put("ab", (map.get("a")==null ? "" : map.get("a")) + (map.get("b")==null ? "" : map.get("b")));
		          map.put("ab", map.get("a")+ map.get("b"));
		          
		     // }
		  }
		  return map;
		}
}
/*You shouldn't write:
System.out.println("--->"+mapAB({"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}));
but
Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
map.put("b", "There");
map.put("a", "Hi");
System.out.println("--->"+mapAB(map));
On codingbat this{"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}
is just a notation for a map containing the keys "b" and "a" having the resp. values "There" and "Hi".
In java code you create such a map this way:

Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
map.put("b", "There");
map.put("a", "Hi")
*/

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above alsoe did not throw NPE
i got below output

--->{a=Hi, ab=Hinull, b=null}


how to tweak my code to see NPE??
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by:zzynx
ID: 41849527
Replace
map.put("b", null);
map.put("a", "Hi");

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resp.
map.put("ab", map.get("a")+ map.get("b"));

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by
map.put("b", "Hi");
map.put("a", null);

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resp.
map.put("ab", map.get("a").concat(map.get("b")));

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by:gudii9
ID: 41850397
what is meaning of resp.
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by:gudii9
ID: 41850406
package test;
import java.util.HashMap;
import java.util.Map;
public class TestMap {
	public static void main(String[] args) {
		// TODO Auto-generated method stub
		//System.out.println("--->"+mapAB({"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}));
		Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
		map.put("b", null);
		map.put("a", "Hi");
		System.out.println("--->"+mapAB(map));
	}	
	public static Map<String, String> mapAB(Map<String, String> map) {
		  if (map.containsKey("a") && map.containsKey("b")) {
		     // if (map.get("a")==null && map.get("b")==null) {
		         // map.put("ab", null);
		      //} else {
		          //map.put("ab", (map.get("a")==null ? "" : map.get("a")) + (map.get("b")==null ? "" : map.get("b")));
		         // map.put("ab", map.get("a")+ map.get("b"));
			  map.put("ab", map.get("a").concat(map.get("b")));
		          
		     // }
		  }
		  return map;
		}
}
/*You shouldn't write:
System.out.println("--->"+mapAB({"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}));
but
Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
map.put("b", "There");
map.put("a", "Hi");
System.out.println("--->"+mapAB(map));
On codingbat this{"b": "There", "a": "Hi"}
is just a notation for a map containing the keys "b" and "a" having the resp. values "There" and "Hi".
In java code you create such a map this way:

Map<String, String> map = new HashMap();
map.put("b", "There");
map.put("a", "Hi")
*/

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above throwed NPE


Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NullPointerException
      at java.lang.String.concat(String.java:2027)
      at test.TestMap.mapAB(TestMap.java:20)
      at test.TestMap.main(TestMap.java:11)


why below line did not throw NPE
map.put("ab", map.get("a")+ map.get("b"));

where as below line throwed NPE??

        map.put("ab", map.get("a").concat(map.get("b")));

please advise
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zzynx earned 250 total points
ID: 41853314
In this code
 map.put("ab", map.get("a").concat(map.get("b")));

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you call a function concat() upon a null object. That results in an NPE.

This is code
map.put("ab", map.get("a")+ map.get("b"));

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apparently is more or less the same as writing
map.put("ab", "null" + map.get("b"));

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The '+' operator concatenates the toString() representation of the two arguments.
And toString() representation of a null object is "null".
So that doesn't lead to a NPE
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by:gudii9
ID: 41854353
The '+' operator concatenates the toString() representation of the two arguments.
And toString() representation of a null object is "null".
So that doesn't lead to a NPE

i got it. thank you
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