Challenge 27 – An Array of Possibilities
Challenge #27 involved creating a function that creates and initializes an array of N-dimensions, of type integer, setting initial values, then iterating through the array multiplying each element by a specific value, then adding the value of each element together and returning the number.
The prototype of the function could look like this:
The following are the requirements for coding Challenge #27.
Create a function that performs the following work based upon input values:
- Creates an N-dimensional array of integers.
- Initialize each value with a specific value.
- Iterate through the array and multiply each element by another specific value.
- Add the values of each element together, and return the result.
Any programming language may be used.
The following is the correct response:
Winners (out of approximately 5 respondents)
Thanks to everybody for your responses to SCS Coding Challenge #27!!!
Unfortunately, there were NO winners this Month.
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Coding Challenge #28
Please stay tuned, SCS Coding Challenge #28 will be published next week. Details will follow. The winner will be awarded based upon the best approach.