7 Replies Latest reply: Jan 5, 2010 7:13 AM by 843853 RSS

    algorithm

    843853
      who knows some algorithm for automated money changer?? i need it badly for my title thesis !!!tnx pls reply asap!!
      here's my add deathgodshinxx@yahoo.com.ph

      Edited by: flybLack on Dec 21, 2009 4:37 AM
        • 1. Re: algorithm
          843853
          flybLack wrote:
          who knows some algorithm for automated money changer?? i need it badly for my title thesis
          What is your thesis on? Getting others to do your work for you? Then you will probably have better luck somewhere like www.rentacoder.com.
          here's my add deathgodshinxx@yahoo.com.ph
          • 2. Re: algorithm
            843853
            who knows some algorithm for automated money changer?? i need it badly for my title thesis !!!tnx pls reply asap!!
            No dukes? I only work for dukes.
            • 3. Re: algorithm
              843853
              no i need example only tnx
              • 4. Re: algorithm
                843853
                flybLack wrote:
                i need example only tnx
                If you buy something that costs 123.23 and you play with 200 the change is 76.77, which breaks down as
                one 50 note, left 26.77,
                one 25 note, left 1.77,
                one 1 coin, left 0.77,
                one 50 cent coin, left 27,
                one 25 cent coin, left 2,
                two 1 cent coins.
                • 5. Re: algorithm
                  843853
                  Create an array with all of the denominations of money you have available to you in decreasing order, then use a for loop to go through them. For each denomination, subtract its value from the total you currently have, keeping track of the number of times you did so. When you cannot subtract again without making your total go negative, move on to the next denomination. Stop once your total reaches 0.

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                  [Ellen Schields|http://www.schieldstire.com]
                  • 6. Re: algorithm
                    PhHein
                    No link sigs, please.
                    • 7. Re: algorithm
                      843853
                      !!!tnx pls reply asap!!
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