Searching elements from one array into another array – Computer Sir Ki Class


Lost your password?

Don't have an account ?
Register (It's FREE) ×


Solved Problem #CPP#5617    siteicon   siteicon  

Problem Statement - Searching elements from one array into another array

Write a program to search members of integer array 1 in array 2 and print the members of array 1 that are also found in array 1. Also print the total number of members found.
For e.g. if array 1 is [12,19,23,3,2] and array 2 is [13,12,2,3,14,21],
the output would be
12 3 2
count = 3


TC++ #5617


Run Output

12 3 2
count = 3


int ar1[]={12,19,23,3,2}; //This is array 1 which contains members to be searched
int ar2[]={13,12,2,3,14,21}; //This is array 2 in which the search would be made
int count=0; //This will keep the count of found items
for(int i=0;i<5;i++) { //Outer loop for checking each member from ar1
for(int j=0;j<6;j++){ //Inner loop for checking match of ar1 to ar2 members
if(ar1[i]==ar2[j]) {     //If match is found
cout<<ar1[i]<<” “;          //Matched item is printed
count++;                           //Match count is incremented
cout<<“count = “<<count<<endl;   //Count is finally printed outside the loop


CSKC| Created: 1-Jan-2019 | Updated: 1-Jan-2019|

Introductory Sessions Beginning to Program Tokens Keyword and Identifiers Data Types Variables and Constants Operators Simple User Input Building Expressions and Formulas Simple Real World Problems Simple If and If Else Multiple-Nested-Ladder of If Else Switch case selection Simple Loops Tricks in Loops - break continue scope Loop Applications - Handling numerals Series printing loops Nested Loops Pattern printing loops Number Varieties and Crunches String Handling (Null Terminated) Strings - string class type Functions (Built-in) Functions - user defined Functions Reference Passing/Returning Arrays Concepts and 1-D Arrays Array Data Management Two dimensional arrays and Matrices Structures Basics Structures passing/returning 2D Array Memory Addressing Display Using IO Manipulation Display Using C Formatting Tricks User Defined Data Types Enumerated Types Preprocessor Directives And Macros Exception Handling Programming Paradigms and OOPs Advantages Abstraction and Encapsulation Polymorphism Inheritance Function Overloading Concepts Function Overloading Varieties Function Overloading Special Cases Defining Classes Creating and Using Class Objects Class Members Accessibility Class Function Types Inline Functions Constant Functions Nesting of Functions Class Members Scope Resolution Static Members in a Class Array of Objects Constructor Concepts Default Constructor Parameterized Constructor Copy Constructor Constructor Overloading Destructors Inheritance Fundamentals Public Derivations Private and Protected Derivations Multiple Inheritance Multi-Level Inheritance Class Nesting Data File Concepts Handling Text Files Handling Binary Files Pointer Concepts Pointer and Arrays Pointers and Functions Object Pointers This Pointer Linked Lists Stacks Queues