# small « Number « Java Data Type Q&A

### 1. Java Algo to Find smallest and second smallest Number in List    stackoverflow.com

I need to find smallest and second smallest number in a list. Can I do this using single loop? Also, we need to consider the case of two multiple occurences of a number. Ex: ...

### 2. Find two smallest numbers using java?    stackoverflow.com

I need help to compute the two smallest numbers in java?... plzz help.. Usage for arraylist and arrays are not allowed.. The user shall be asked for a terminating value first ...

### 3. Very small numbers    stackoverflow.com

I am writing a Mandelbrot viewer. Everything works except when you get to a very high zoom the image starts to pixilate about at about zoom 10^(-14). I am guessing because ...

### 4. Java smallest number out of 5    stackoverflow.com

I've got a Java assignment, where I'm given a class and I have to make a driver class for it. I have to input 5 objects, and output the name of ...

### 5. What do I have to do to display the largest and the smallest number using a loop?    stackoverflow.com

I don't have any idea how to display the largest and smallest number after the user enter -1. Note: I also have to display the sum of all of ...

### 6. the smallest number    coderanch.com

once you have all the numbers, read the first one. by definition, it is the smallest. save it in a variable called something like currentSmallest. then, look at each successive number in turn. if it is smaller than what you have saved, save it in currentSmallest. when you have scanned all the input numbers, currentSmallest will be holdings the value you ...

### 7. write a java program to determine the smallest and largest of two numbers    coderanch.com

can someone help me to code this : thanks Using the "input stream reader" functions, write a java program to determine the smallest and largest of two numbers. 1. create some variables named number1, number2, smallest, and biggest (all numbers should be integers). input the values of the variables number1 or number2 from the keyboard (using input stream reader). 2. print ...

### 9. Largest and smallest number    coderanch.com

Hi everyone. I am trying to write a java program that allows the user to input as many integer values. At the end, it is supposed to figure out which is the largest and smallest number. -99 is used to quit if the user no longer wants to put in anymore values. Also, if -99 is entered in the first time, ...

### 10. smallest number java program    java-forums.org

I forgot what pseudocode means but here's what I think you'd have to go about doing. 1. Make the statement which queries the user for an input and then take the input and insert it into a variable. You might need a loop to do this with if statements if you want to take in numbers 1 at a time. You ...

### 11. Problem getting numbers from user and finding smallest two numbers    java-forums.org

int i; int arr[] = new int[10]; Scanner scan = new Scanner(System.in); System.out.println("Enter numbers for the array: "); String s = scan.nextLine(); System.out.print("The numbers entered are :"); System.out.println(s); int tempFirstSmall = arr[0]; int tempSecSmall = arr[0]; for (i = 1; i < arr.length; i++) { if (arr[i] < tempFirstSmall) { tempSecSmall = tempFirstSmall; tempFirstSmall = arr[i]; } else if (arr[i] < ...

### 12. How to display largest and smallest numbers entered..?    java-forums.org

Hi, I'm new to java programming and I have a particular program that I'm having trouble with. This is the description of the program. "Write a program with a loop that lets the user enter a series of integers. The user should enter -99 to signal the end of the series. After all the numbers have been entered, the program should ...

### 13. Smallest numbers    java-forums.org

public void getLowestOpponent() { if (person1level < person2level && person1level < person3level && person1level < person4level && person1level < person5level) { System.out.println("lowest 1"); } else if (person2level < person1level && person2level < person3level && person2level < person4level && person2level < person5level) { System.out.println("lowest 2"); } else if (person3level < person1level && person3level < person2level && person3level < person4level && person3level < ...

### 14. Find the Biggest Number + Smallest    java-forums.org

You'll want to declare two variables before the while loop, a highest and a lowest variable, and then inside of the loop check to see if any entered values are higher than the highest or lower than the lowest. You can initialize the highest value with the lowest possible int available, Integer.MAX_VALUE and the high variable with Integer.MIN_VALUE.

### 15. smallest number and largest number using while and if statements    java-forums.org

hi i am having some problems on a basic program. i have to ask the user how many numbers they want to input and then based on this i have to find the largest and smallest numbers of the list. i can only use if statements and while statements. i have done the first part but i dont understand how to ...

### 17. Smallest and largest numbers    forums.oracle.com

I'm self teaching, so I don't have a problem with any instructors. I don't want to sabotage myself by skipping ahead and not learning the simple things. I see what you are saying, but the brackets for the if statement weren't covered in the chapter. I know, by reading ahead, I can use brackets to perform multiple things for each if ...

### 18. Smallest of Three Numbers - Making it more concise?    forums.oracle.com

but if I was going to find the lowest number of say, 100 numbers, this would be far too cumbersome to use. At the moment your technique boils down to: * ask everyone their age * use some nested logic with > and < to figure out the smallest age. As you point out this will get nasty as more and ...

### 19. Help needed to find the smallest and largest number    forums.oracle.com

// get the input line = JOptionPane.showInputDialog("Enter a line of " + " integers."); StringTokenizer tokens = new StringTokenizer(line); count = tokens.countTokens(); // process the line for (int i = 0; i < count; i++) { // process the next token String token = tokens.nextToken(); int current = Integer.parseInt(token); sum += current; // add number to sum of numbers sum2 += ...

### 20. prints the smallest two numbers from a series of numbers    forums.oracle.com

import java.util.Scanner; // Needed for the Scanner class public class TwoSmallest { public static void main(String[] args) { double smallest = Double.MAX_VALUE; double secondsmallest ; // Create a Scanner object for keyboard input. Scanner sc = new Scanner(System.in); // Display general instructions. System.out.println("Enter a series of numbers."); System.out.println("Press Z to exit the program.\n"); boolean exit = false; while (!exit) { System.out.print("Enter ...

### 21. Order numbers from biggest to smallest    forums.oracle.com

Bubble sort is the most ineffecient way to sort things, but it's the easiet, this is to sort an array, you could take their input and add it to an array, but you'd have to set a maximum number of inputs. If you need any help with that ask and I'll throw a method together. Message was edited by: Ueadian Message ...

### 23. smallest number    forums.oracle.com

You've pretty much solved your own problem just by stating it here. You're saying it's always setting the smallest number to be the most recent, but obviously you only want it to do that if the most recent number is actually smaller than the minimum number we've received so far. (I'm assuming you know that.)