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  1. Hello everyone , Let's say I have an array that contains these numbers: 2,5,7,2,25,6,31,1,24,5,7,8,7,99 How would I make my program be able to tell me something like "There are three 7's". Is it possible to make an array detect duplicates and notify you? Thanks, Brian
  2. Referring to a question posted here, this is a possible SQL query that should do: supposed you have an sqlite table named 'multimedia' with a column named 'sha1_hash', and you want to see only rows with the 'sha1_hash' value that appears more than one time within the table, you could use an SQL query like this: SELECT sha1_hash, COUNT(sha1_hash) AS sha1_sum FROM multimedia GROUP BY sha1_hash HAVING sha1_sum>1 ORDER BY sha1_sum DESC; this query should show only records with the value of sha1_hash that appears more times also in other records, showing it only one time, with a column indicating how many occurrences are present, ordered from the most recurring to the least recurring one. I don't know if this query can be simplified a bit...?, .... if there is a simpler way I would like some hint, Thanks
  3. Hello everyone, I just have a beginner question: is there a way to count duplicates in an array? If you don't see what I mean, here is an example of what I mean: $arr[5] = ['a', 'a', 'b', 'b', 'c'] ; the array countDuplicates($arr); Representing the data in a bidimensionnal array, this would return: #cs ['a'][2] ['b'][2] ['c'][1] Of course this is a bit messy, but that's just for you to get the idea #ce I'm trying to achieve this to check whether yes or no an array has more or same amount of occurrences of a character than another array. Am I doing this the right way? Does such a function exist? Thanks for everything
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