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pleaseeeeeeee help
fibonacci with 3araye
Posted 15-Oct-10 20:47pm
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OriginalGriff 16-Oct-10 3:27am
   
What is your problem? Where are you having difficulties?
BTW: "Please" has a total of two "e"s. Sentences start with a capital letter. Punctuation is used to separate sentences. Sentences contain at least a single subject and predicate. This should have been explained to you early in your school life. Ignoring all this makes you look like a whining child.
Sandeep Mewara 16-Oct-10 3:45am
   
Incomprehensible...
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Solution 1

First of all, no effort in solving it.. then no effort in framing your question either!!!

Here is what is expected by enquirers:
1. TRY first what you want to do!
2. Formulate what was done by you that looks like an issue/not working.

Try them and tell if you face issues.
Members will be more than happy to help like this.


BTW, for fibonacci, why do you need 3 array? array?
a = 0
b = 1
fs = a+b
a=b
b=fs
fs = a + b

Done! Try!
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Solution 3

Before Solving Fibonacci Series you need to know what is Fibonacci Series.
Fibonacci Series is a numerical sequence, in which first two number is equal and each remaining number is equal to the previous two number.
Example :-
1 1 2 3 5 8 13 21 34 ......

Now moving to your question
as i getting your question you are looking for a Fibonacci series for array with 3 element.

Solution
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Text;
namespace Fibonacci_Series
{
    class Program
    {
        static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            int[] arr1 = { 1, 2, 100 }; // Array with 3 element

           int n1, n2;
           n1 = n2 = arr1[0]; // n1 and n2 have value arr1[0] which is 1
            Console.WriteLine(n1);
            while (n2 < arr1[2])
            {
                Console.WriteLine(n2);
                n2 += n1;    // Using Arithmetic operator
                n1 = n2 - n1;
            }
            Console.ReadLine();
        }
    }
}
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Henry Minute 16-Oct-10 18:40pm
   
It's really excellent that you want to help and your solution is a good one, but you really aren't helping the OP by spoon feeding him like this. Keep helping those that deserve it though. :)
MDNadeemAkhter 17-Oct-10 1:01am
   
Hey good code i also looking for that answer.
Sandeep Mewara 17-Oct-10 1:40am
   
I second Henry's comment. :)
RaviRanjankr 18-Oct-10 0:33am
   
thanks for suggestion i will try to follow it.
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Solution 4

First of all try it yourself It's just a child play to generate it...
If you face problems then specify Ur area of problem.
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