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# Consider this data sequence: "3 11 5 5 5 2 4 6 6 7 3 -8". any value that is the same as the immediately preceding value is considered a consecutive duplicate. in this example, there are three such consecutive duplicates: the 2nd and 3rd 5s and the second 6. note that the last 3 is not a consecutive duplicate because it was preceded by a 7. write some code that uses a loop to read such a sequence of non-negative integers , terminated by a negative number. when the code finishes executing, the number of consecutive duplicates encountered is printed. in this case, 3 would be printed. assume the availability of a variable, stdin, that references a scanner object associated with standard input. that is, stdin = new scanner(system. in); is given. ### Other questions on the subject: Computers and Technology Computers and Technology, 22.06.2019 21:30, Cheflulu5727
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Suppose there is a relation r(a, b, c) with a b+-tree index with search keys (a, b).1. what is the worst-case cost of finding records satisfying 10 < a < 50 using this index, in terms of the number of records n1, retrieved and the height h of the tree? 2. what is the worst-case cost of finding records satisfying 10 < a < 50 and 5 < b < 10 using this index, in terms of the number of records n2 that satisfy this selection, as well as n1 and h defined above? 3. under what conditions on n1 and n2, would the index be an efficient way of finding records satisfying the condition from part (2)? Computers and Technology, 23.06.2019 11:30, unknown9263
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