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Describe and code an algorithm that returns the first duplicate character in a string?

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first clarify if it is ASCII or UNICODE string For ASCII, create BOOL checkArray [128] = {false}; walk the string and update the index of checkArray based of the character. for (int index=0;index< strlen(str); index++) { if (checkArray[str[index]] == true) { printf (str[index]); return; } else { checkArray[str[index]] = true; } }

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public static in findDuplicateChar(String s) { if (s == null) return -1; char[] characters = s.toCharArray(); Map charsMap = HashMap(); for ( int index = 0; index < characters.length; index++ ) { // insert the character into the map. // returns null for a new entry // returns the index if it previously if it existed Integer initialOccurence = charsMap.put(characters[index], index); if ( initialOccurence != null) { return initialOccurance; } //there where no characters that where duplicates return -1; } }

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Another python solution: def findFirstNonRepeatedCharInOneIteration(str1): for i,j in enumerate(str1): if j in str1[:i] or j in str1[i+1:]: print "First non-repeated character is "+ j break str1 = "abcdefglhjkkjokylf" findFirstNonRepeatedCharInOneIteration(str1)

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function getFirstDuplicateCharacter(str) { const seen = new Set(); for (const char of str) { if (seen.has(char)) return char; seen.add(char); } }

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import java.io.*; import java.util.*; /* * code an algorithm that returns the first duplicate character in a string? */ class Solution { public static void main(String[] args) { String input = ""; int j = removeduplicate(input); if(j == input.length()){ System.out.println("String has unique characters" ); } else{ System.out.println("duplicate character is "+input.charAt(j)); } } public static int removeduplicate(String input){ Set set = new HashSet(); boolean flag = false; int i =0; for(; i

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import java.io.*; import java.util.*; class Solution { public static void main(String[] args) { String input = ""; int j = removeduplicate(input); if(j == input.length()){ System.out.println("String has unique characters" ); } else{ System.out.println("duplicate character is "+input.charAt(j)); } } public static int removeduplicate(String input){ Set set = new HashSet(); boolean flag = false; int i =0; for(; i

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public static int removeduplicate(String input){ Set set = new HashSet(); boolean flag = false; int i =0; for(; i

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public class FirstDupCharacter { public static void main(String[] args) { System.out.println(findDupCharacter("abcdefghiaklmno")); } private static Character findDupCharacter(final String input) { final Set set = new HashSet(); Character dup = null; for (int i = 0; i < input.length(); i++) { if (set.contains(input.charAt(i))) { dup = input.charAt(i); break; } else { set.add(input.charAt(i)); } } return dup; } }

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String samp = "Testing"; samp = samp.toLowerCase(); char chararr[] = samp.toCharArray(); int size = chararr.length; char repeat = ' '; for (int i=0;i

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for (int i=0;i

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Simple Python example. Not sure it's most efficient. def findDup(str): match=[] i=1 while (i

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