hello

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your one is just perfect.

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great! even tho it is waisting a lot of memory, its easy to understand
for a beginner C programmer like me.

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what i like about C is that, even a single miscalculation about 1byte can make things go wrong. these are the things where i'm making mistakes. ;)

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ya, true. took me a while as well.

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pointers!!! they give you pain.

yes

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Does size_t count variable provided as the length of the array?

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yiks, i should've used ternary :)

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im grinding C, but its difficult. gotta grind more.

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this is someone else's solution but i learned alot from it.

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can any one suggest the ternary solution to this!

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had fun doing this one :)

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I think, here freq[10] stores occurrence of specific intiger, and since we have int, from 0 to 9; any array value, for example 3, if occur 5 times for example, then freq[3] index will contain 5. this is possible through freq[*a]++