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SUM 2 INTEGER ARRAYS INTO 1

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How to sum 2 integer arrays into 1 array ?

For example : maximum integer value is 10  ! ! ! ! !

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by:mlmcc
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What do you mean by sum 2 integer arrays?

Given
array 1 - 1  2  3
array 2 - 4  5  6

Result  - 5  7  9
or
Result - 1  2  3  4  5  6
or
something else

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by:vbmn
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Thanks for comment mlmcc !

Result  - 5  7  9

Thank You !
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by:mlmcc
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Since this is a typical learning exercise, what have you done thus far?

How do you iterate through an array?

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by:vbmn
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I just gave an example of a question,
and I wanted to apply the summation arrays at higher maximum number of 10 !

As 0..16777215 !
24-bit !
or
QWORD 64-bit !

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by:Geert Gruwez
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what has 10 got to do with this question ?

you aren't making much sense

what's with the exclamation marks ! after each number ?

do you always write numbers ending with a !    ?

if you put a qword in an integer, you'll get a range check error.
if you haven't switched it off in the compiler options ... i think it's off by default
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by:vbmn
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10 is an example of the maximum numbers !

However, I want to apply Your solution to a higher maximum numbers !

What applied to pictures, sound, date, etc. !

As 16-bit (sound), 24-bit (image), 32-bit (3D color), 64-bit (date) !

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by:Geert Gruwez
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with 10 you mean the length of the number

i assume english is not your native language ?
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by:vbmn
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I have translated the commentary on google translator!

If it helps to get a solution!

Thank You.
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by:Geert Gruwez
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It looks like english will be a bigger problem than explaining how to program
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Sinisa Vuk earned 500 total points
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anyway.... in pseudo-code:

- set new dynamic array Sum to same length of array 1
- iterate for each element in array 1 (till end)
... and do put sum of two elements from array 1 and 2 into array Sum
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