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Vals geld
package valsgeld;
import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.Collection;
import java.util.Collections;
import java.util.HashMap;
import java.util.List;
import java.util.Map;
import java.util.Scanner;
import java.util.TreeSet;
// spaces instead of tabs.
public class Main {
public static void main(String[] args){
int n, length; // separate lines is better
String[] weging;
List<String[]> geldpakket;
List<List<String[]>> lijstVanPakketten;
Scanner input = new Scanner(System.in);
StringBuffer evenwicht, zwaarder, lichter;
// Try to use interfaces rather than fixed classes. That way, you are always safe, as long as there's something that implements this interface.
// You were doing that with List afaik.
TreeSet<Character> result = new TreeSet<Character>();
boolean licht = false, zwaar = false; // Put these on two separate lines.
n = input.nextInt();
lijstVanPakketten = new ArrayList<List<String[]>>(n); // Just a simple array suffices, you're indexing anyway.
for(int i=0;i<n;i++){ // spaces around operators and after ;
length = input.nextInt();
geldpakket = new ArrayList<String[]>(length); // Just a simple array suffices, I think, since you know the length/size.
for(int j=0;j<length;j++){
weging = new String[3];
for(int k=0;k<3;k++){
weging[k] = input.next();
}
geldpakket.add(weging);
}
lijstVanPakketten.add(geldpakket); // This looks odd, given that you give it a fixed size above
}
for(int i=0;i<lijstVanPakketten.size();i++){
// implement the below in a separate method. You call that method per case. Makes it more clear what is going on
// also call it something else, lijstVanPakketten seems awkward, since it's not really true, it's lijstvanlijstvanpakketten
evenwicht = new StringBuffer();
lichter = new StringBuffer();
zwaarder = new StringBuffer();
for(int j=0;j<lijstVanPakketten.get(i).size();j++){
if(lijstVanPakketten.get(i).get(j)[2].equals("evenwicht")) {
evenwicht.append(lijstVanPakketten.get(i).get(j)[0]); // write a separate method that does the get(i).get(j), see blood example
evenwicht.append(lijstVanPakketten.get(i).get(j)[1]);
}
if(lijstVanPakketten.get(i).get(j)[2].equals("omhoog")) {
zwaarder.append(lijstVanPakketten.get(i).get(j)[0]);
lichter.append(lijstVanPakketten.get(i).get(j)[1]);
}
if(lijstVanPakketten.get(i).get(j)[2].equals("omlaag")) {
zwaarder.append(lijstVanPakketten.get(i).get(j)[1]);
lichter.append(lijstVanPakketten.get(i).get(j)[0]);
}
}
if(evenwicht.length()!=0){
String s = evenwicht.toString();
if(lichter.length()!=0)
for(int k=0;k<lichter.length();k++){
if(s.indexOf(lichter.charAt(k))==-1) {
result.add(lichter.charAt(k));
licht = true;
}
if(s.indexOf(zwaarder.charAt(k))==-1) {
result.add(zwaarder.charAt(k));
zwaar = true;
}
}
}
else {
//System.out.println("leeg evenwichtsbuffer");
// The below is confusing :-)
Map<Character, Integer> map = new HashMap<Character, Integer>();
//controleer stringbuffer lichter
for(int j=0;j<lichter.length();j++){
if(!map.containsKey(lichter.charAt(j))) map.put(lichter.charAt(j), 1);
else {map.put(lichter.charAt(j), map.get(lichter.charAt(j))+1);}
}
//controleer stringbuffer zwaarder
for(int j=0;j<zwaarder.length();j++){
if(!map.containsKey(zwaarder.charAt(j))) map.put(zwaarder.charAt(j), 1);
else {map.put(zwaarder.charAt(j), map.get(zwaarder.charAt(j))+1);}
}
Collection c = map.values();
int max = Collections.max(c);
for(int j=0;j<zwaarder.length();j++){
if(map.get(zwaarder.charAt(j)) == max){
result.add(zwaarder.charAt(j));
zwaar=true;
}
if(map.get(lichter.charAt(j)) == max){
result.add(lichter.charAt(j));
licht=true;
}
}
}
if(result.size() == 1 && licht != zwaar){
if(licht) System.out.println("Het valse geldstuk " +result.first()+ " is lichter.");
else System.out.println("Het valse geldstuk " +result.first()+ " is zwaarder.");
}
else if(lijstVanPakketten.get(i).size() == 1 || zwaar != licht) System.out.println("Te weinig gegevens.");
else System.out.println("Inconsistente gegevens.");
result.clear();
licht = false;
zwaar = false;
}
}
}
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