|How to count unique number of words using fgetc() then printing the count in C|
Don't know if this is homework or not so I did not do everything for
you, I also cleaned up your code a little bit. But pretty much if you
don't have a knowledge of how many words the person may input you need
a dynamic data structure such as a linkedlist
typedef struct linkedlist linkedlist;
|PHP/MySQL - Count number of sales made and display that number and who sold them|
You need to select the country and count, then group by the country.
If you want to order it you need to add that on as well.
count(*) as numberOfSales
This query will have 2 columns in the results. The country names and
the number of times they appear according to the grouping. We are
|How to Count Number of divs within another div|
$('div.DAD div').length would do it.
|Count the number of packets with pyshark|
A look at the source code reveals that _packets is a list containing
packets and is only used internally:
When iterating through a FileCapture object with keep_packets = True
packets are getting added to this list.
To get access to all packets in a FileCapture object you should
iterate over it just like you did:
for packet in cap:
But to count the amount of packets
|How to count a tree of numbers which the number fit the predicate?|
At least one of your t.left attributes is None. That stands to reason,
a binary tree doesn't go on forever.
However, if you are to count all values matching a predicate you'll
have to traverse all those elements, not just those that match the
predicate. Always traverse the nodes, but only return a count for the
nodes that match:
def count(t, p):
if t is None:
result = 1 i