CountLettersInArray.cpp

CountLettersInArray.cpp - #include #include...

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#include <iostream> #include <ctime> #include <cstdlib> using namespace std; const int NUMBER_OF_LETTERS = 26; const int NUMBER_OF_RANDOM_LETTERS = 100; void createArray(char[]); void displayArray(const char[]); void countLetters(const char[], int[]); void displayCounts(const int[]); int main() { // Declare and create an array char chars[NUMBER_OF_RANDOM_LETTERS]; // Initialize the array with random lowercase letters createArray(chars); // Display the array cout << "The lowercase letters are: " << endl; displayArray(chars); // Count the occurrences of each letter int counts[NUMBER_OF_LETTERS]; // Count the occurrence of each letter countLetters(chars, counts); // Display counts cout << "\nThe occurrences of each letter are: " << endl; displayCounts(counts); return 0; } // Create an array of characters void createArray(char chars[]) { // Create lowercase letters randomly and assign // them to the array srand(time(0)); for (int i = 0; i < NUMBER_OF_RANDOM_LETTERS; i++)
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