Picking Numbers HackerRank Exercise

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Input Format

  • a: an array of integers


  • 2 <= n <= 100
  • 0 < a[i] < 100
  • The answer will be >= 2


  • Generate array repeatingList with length 100. And set all of the items to 0. This array will contain the number of all repeating of each item.
  • For through the input array, and increment the element on an index which equal to iterable item — 1.
  • For through the repeatingList and sum each element with the next element in the sequence. The biggest met sum is our answer

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