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I have a program that makes use of an extended Vector. This vector stores datapoint objects, each of which contain two double type values: an x and a y. One added function to the Vector allows it to scan itself for x and y maxes, and x and y mins. For some odd reason, it is failing to do this properly and ends up storing values that are not the min nor the max in the data set. I have included the code for the scan. Any takers?
public void dataStats() {
xmax = ((datapoint) this.firstElement()).getx();
xmin = ((datapoint) this.firstElement()).getx();
ymax = ((datapoint) this.firstElement()).gety();
ymin = ((datapoint) this.firstElement()).gety();

Enumeration scan = this.elements();

while (scan.hasMoreElements()) {
datapoint processxy = (datapoint)scan.nextElement();

double y = processxy.gety();
double x = processxy.getx();
xmax = Math.max(x, xmax);
xmin = Math.min(x, xmin);
ymax = Math.max(y, ymax);
ymin = Math.min(y, ymin);
}
}
 
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Hi Eric,
I don't think you need to use the enum stuff. Just get the elements the usual way. Look at the following example that works great.

Regards,
Manfred.
 
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Thanks, Manfred.
I tried implementing the good old-fashioned index search via the for loop. The applet still fails to acknowledge the proper maxes and mins. If anything, it seems worse since it's selected a value much less than before for a max. Could it be that some sort of memory error occurring?
http://pubweb.nwu.edu/~eyy830/JavaDev/qrs/qrs.htm
This site is where I post my running applets. Each applet relies on data from its predecessor and performs calculations to get the results you'll see. Hence, why I wonder if it's a memory error from passing vectors repetitively. You'll notice the error if you examine the very last applet panel with a time range between 0 and 1 second. That applet is the only place where I've seen the mistake.
 
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