Write a program with a function main () and selecting a menu of functions:
Generate a programming-random number generator data for lottery ticket / max 100 / with six-digit numbers and store them in an array
-Overwrite generated a new array and sort this array in ascending order and display output
-Counting and display output and numbers of all "happy" six digit lottery tickets /these numbers which sum of the first 3 digits is equal to the last three/
-Save in the array and display output sequence numbers of downloaded "lucky" lottery tickets
int a_ticket = "932041" // Read from a file or generated during run-time
// get first ticket value, made-up of two parts; low&high
lowTikNum = a_Ticket[n] a_Ticket[n+1] + a_Ticket[n+2]
HighTikNum = a_Ticket[n+3] a_Ticket[n+4] + a_Ticket[n+5]
if lowTikNum = HighTikNum then Happy = TRUE
//Get next ticket number ie Next 6 INTs ( 246753) - into a_ticket
You can generate , say, 600 INT values at the start of the program
and place the INTS into an INT array named something like...
a_Ticket = 0;
for( j=0, j++; j<600 )
a_Ticket[j] = RND(0) MOD 10;
Now that you have 600 INTs ( or 100 - 6 digit values) with values of 0-9,
you can cut and process 6 INTs at a time to get a ticket number
and cut that value in half ( 1-3 & 4-6 ) for comparison for happy numbers
Then get the NEXT SIX values and process again the same way, until you've processed all 600 INT values in the array.
= = = =
Now with 600 INTs in a single array, you can now SORT the array
and move it into a new array in ascending order.
// next step is to preform a BUBBLE SORT
Take the first six INTs from the array and place them into an INT var
Place this into the first position of the newly created ascending array
Take the NEXT six INTs from the array and place it ABOVE or BELOW the
first value. ( in this case "246753" would be ABOVE " 932041 "
which is the reason for preforming a bubble sort of the ASCENDING array
and why the same ASCENDING array only requires 100 INT values.
SAVE and PRINT ( btw, the array is already saved "automatically! )
in a loop just print the a_Ascending array from 0-99 and UR done.
(1) generate 600 random values between 0-9
(2) store them into an array
(3) use your array indexing to group the values by 6 for tickets
or by 3 for happy number comparisons
(4) bubble sort your array in groups of six into a new, smaller array
(5) print the new array & stop
PS, I just noticed the MAX 100 tickets, remember to ASK the user how many tickets to generate.
" how many tickets do you want? n
if n < 0 or n > 100 then n = 100
Ok here is the code, one friend told me how to do this with lucky numbers, but i dont know how to connect algoritm with random generatet numbers and dont know how to sort it, can someone repair the code
when i choice option 2 from menu i seeing this 6
sum of the first 3=dum of the last 3
The function with lucky numbers i probably wrong
You've got the number generating function correct. Your second function is totally wrong. It doesn't even check the array where you stored the numbers you generated.
EDIT: Sorry, just noticed you were trying to test out your algorithm on the numbers 123456 and 123321? Well, the algorithm is totally wrong.
What you should do is to create a copy of the number. Inside a loop, find the value of the copy modulo 10, then divide the copy by 10. Sum the first 3 values from the modulo operation in one variable, and sum the next three in another variable.
If the two sums are the same, then it's a lucky number.