if I run 100 user request through Jmeter 1 by 1, then my average response time is 2+ seconds, but if I run 100 concurrent user through Jmeter, then my average response time was around 4 seconds. This makes me worried and confused
Faisal syed wrote:Hi,
I use the Arrays.sort() method to sort the aray of Strings.
Then, I use a for loop and compare if the first string is equal to the second.
I get the logic, but I'm getting an array index out of bounds exception.
Given a string "y z z x y z";
The desired output is ->"z" occurs 3 times
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Given an N arrays of size K each.. each of these K elements in the N arrays are sorted, each of these N*K elements are unique. Choose a single element from each of the N arrays, from the chosen subset of N elements. Subtract the minimum and maximum element. Now, this difference should be least possible Minimum.. Hope the problem is clear
N=1 : 6, 16, 67
N=2 : 11,17,68
N=3 : 10, 15, 100
here if 16, 17, 15 are chosen.. we get the minimum difference as 17-15=2