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java – Print largest odd integer & minimum from user input

Assignment I have asks for user input of integers until ‘0’ is entered. Then these user inputs are used for 4 questions, I’ve correctly answered 2 and the other 2 I’m not getting it correct.
Q1 asks to print the minimum integer the user inputted. My code works for 3/4 test cases, the test case that doesn’t work is when only ‘0’ is entered.
Q2 asks to find the largest odd integer, my code only works for 1 of the test cases and I’m kind of lost by this one.

Test case input 1: 0
Test case input 2: -1 7 5 -9 0
Test case input 3: 6 8 10 20 0 -1 13

Scanner scan = new Scanner(System.in);
        
        // initializing 
        int negNum = 0;
        int sum = 0;
        int minNum = Integer.MAX_VALUE;
        int maxNum = Integer.MIN_VALUE;
        int num = 10000;
        
        // while loop asking for user input not equal to 0
        while (num != 0) {
            num = scan.nextInt();
            
            // finding minimum integer
            if (num == 0)
                break;
            if (minNum > num) {
                minNum = num;
              }
            
            // finding largest odd integer
            if (num %2 != 0) {
            if (num > maxNum) {
                maxNum = num;
            }
            else maxNum = 0;
          }
            
            // counting negative integers
            if (num < 0) {
                negNum++;
            }
            
            // finding sum of even integers
            if (num % 2 == 0) {
                sum = sum + num;
            }
        } 
// printing out calculations
        System.out.println("The minimum integer is " + minNum );
        System.out.println("The largest odd integer in the sequence is " + maxNum );
        System.out.println("The count of negative integers in the sequence is " + negNum);
        System.out.println("The sum of even integers is " + sum );

beginner – Print the row number that has the largest sum in a 2D array

void largest_row(void)
{
    int largest_row, temp = 0, sum = 0;

    for (int i = 0; i < row_count; i++)
    {
        for (int j = 0; j < row_count; j++)
        {
            sum += array(i)(j); //Array referenced here is globally defined
            if (sum > temp)
            {
                largest_row = i;
            }
            temp = sum;
        }
    }

    printf("%in", largest_row);

    return;
}

The function largest_row() prints the index number of the row of a 2d array that has the largest sum.

In what areas could my code or algorithm be improved (i.e. recursion implementation)? I think there is a better way, and I want to get exposed to well-designed codes and more efficient algorithms as I continue to learn to program.

As of now, I think I depend too much on loops and that limits my programming experience. Is it even right to think that way? For reference, and if you guys are familiar, I’m currently in week 3 of CS50x (infamous Tideman problem). I’m almost done with it but I want my code to be better. That’s the goal of my question at least if any of these is too vague already.

❕NEWS – World’s Largest Online Art Gallery Deviantart Collaborates With Opensea to Detect Potential NFT Infringement | Proxies-free

Deviantart the world’s largest online art gallery and community has announced that it is working with Opensea a non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace to detect suspected NFT infringement. The solution according to Deviantart allows users to check public blockchains for potential art infringement posted on NFT exchanges and it notifies Deviantart artists.

 

algebra precalculus – Maximising largest integer on a list given mean, median and mode

A list of $10$ positive integers has a mean of $11$, a median of $10$ and a unique mode of $7$. What is the largest possible value of an integer in the list?

By a bit of trial and error, I deduced the answer must be $34$. In a (not necessarily strictly) ascending list of ten positive integers ($n_1$ to $n_{10}$), the last will be the highest, and you want to make the earlier ones as small as possible. The given conditions force $sum_{i=1}^{10}n_i = 110$ and $n_5 + n_6 = 20$. In addition, at least two values have to be $7$.

With a bit of trial and error I deduced the optimal list is probably $1, 2, 7, 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 34$ with the answer being $34$. But I’m dissatisfied with this as I can’t be sure it’s the best solution and I’m wondering if there’s a more systematic way of approaching the problem (short of an exhaustive search).

Thank you.

Cloudflare recently stopped the world’s largest DDoS attack


Earlier this summer, Cloudflare thwarted a 17.2M rps DDoS attack — the largest ever reported, the company touts in a recent blog post.

Cloudflare states its autonomous edge DDoS protection systems automatically detected and mitigated a 17.2 million request-per-second (rps) DDoS attack, an attack almost three times larger than any previous one that it’s aware of.

The attack was launched by a powerful botnet targeting a Cloudflare customer in the financial industry. Within seconds, Cloudflare reports, the botnet bombarded the Cloudflare edge with over 330 million attack requests.

For perspective, Cloudflare explained how it serves over 25 million HTTP requests per second on average, referring to the average rate of legitimate traffic in 2021 Q2. Peaking at 17.2 million rps, this attack reached 68% of its Q2 average rps rate of legitimate HTTP traffic.

The attack was automatically detected and mitigated by its autonomous edge DDoS protection systems, powered by its home-grown software-defined denial of service daemon (dosd). Cloudlfare explains that a unique dosd instance runs in every server in each one of its data centers around the world and each dosd instance independently analyzes traffic samples out-of-path, allowing it to scan asynchronously for DDoS attacks without causing latency and impacting performance.

unity – Find Largest Room in 2d World

I’m currently working on a generated(Perlin Noise) 2D Cave System with Unity.
The Caves currently look like this:
Map Example

What I want to do is spawn the Player (and other stuff) in the big Part of the Cave and not the small ones, so I wanted to have some sort of List of all the Tile(positions) of the Big Room.

I thought about a Pathfinding algorithm for finding like the two furthest away points and determine the distance, but I had no clue how to find those starting points.

The final function should look like this:

List<Vector2> GetLargestRoom(int(,) map) // where int(x,y)

Microsoft Azure is the World’s Largest Cloud

Cloud CashAccording to recent data, Microsoft Azure is the world’s largest public cloud with $17.7 billion in quarterly revenue.  Amazon AWS trails not far behind at $13.3 billion.  The top five (which also includes IBM, Salesforce, and Google Cloud) combined for $47.3 billion in sales.

Microsoft and Amazon together make up 65% of the field, with others substantially smaller.

Interestingly, despite being known as a “cloud native” company, Google has fallen further behind, selling only a quarter of cloud services that Microsoft does.

Microsoft Azure has taken an impressive lead in the industry.  When Azure launched in 2008 (several months after Google Cloud), they initially followed a PaaS strategy that was poorly received.  But after revamping their offerings, they’ve zoomed past the original cloud innovator, Amazon, effectively leveraging the natural links between their datacenter and desktop products and the cloud.

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I’m Andrew, techno polymath and long-time LowEndTalk community Moderator. My technical interests include all things Unix, perl, python, shell scripting, and relational database systems. I enjoy writing technical articles here on LowEndBox to help people get more out of their VPSes.

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On CNBC Wednesday, Larry Fink, the CEO of Blackrock, the world’s largest asset management, discussed bitcoin as his company reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit. In the second quarter, Blackrock’s assets under management reached a new high of 9.49$ trillion, up from 7.32$ trillion a year earlier.

“Again, in my recent two weeks of business travel, not one question had been posed about that,” Fink remarked, reiterating his earlier attitude on bitcoin. That is simply not part of the focus on long-term investors and retirement.”
While the CEO of Blackrock has stated that his asset management firm does not see demand for cryptocurrencies among its clients, he is not pessimistic about the cryptocurrency’s future potential.

In February, Blackrock began investing in bitcoin. According to an SEC report from April, Blackrock had $6.15 million in bitcoin futures contracts.