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Hello All I am working on a C# console application where I have to represent money and display how many bills were used to make each amount. I can do this The only problem I am working on figuring out is recording the number of each bill that has been used and to subtract it for the current number. So this is what I have come up with and it has done everything right except for I did a value of 258 and it gave me a ten with the other correct values. It just gave me a extra 10 but everything else I tried worked.. I have an array of the amount of bills I have to be used.
I am subtracting a bill each time i use one.
my 100s are working but when I go to the next bill the remainder is wrong so i cant move on here is some of the stuff i tried..
C#
public static void countbills(int amount, int[] bills, int[] billsCount)
        {
            int remainder = amount;
            int billIterator = 1;
            for(int i = 0; i < billsCount.Length; i++)   // while(remainder > 0)
            {
                //if(remainder >= bills[billIterator])  //{  if(billsCount[])  }
                if (remainder >= bills[i])
                {
                    if (billsCount[i] != 0)
                    {
                        billsCount[i]--;
                        remainder -= bills[billIterator];//bills[i] * billsCount[billIterator];
                        billIterator++;
                        //= bills[i];//amount / bills[i];     //remainder -= counts[bill] * dollarSizes[bill]; //reminder = amount % cashBills[billrem];
                        //amount -= billsCount[i] * bills[i];
                        //billsCount[i]--;
                    }
                }
            }
        }


What I have tried:

I am getting the users input and Ill get a number and I want to minus the number of bills that were used to make that amount and to keep track.


Keeping track of what has been used in a variable so I can minus the dollar bills used and then I want to restock but thatll be easy after i figure this part out
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TheBigBearNow 9-Feb-19 15:09pm
   
I got everything working how I wanted to. I am just subtracting 2 arrays the initial value and the array of how many used.
The only question i have it what can i do if there is not even in the initial value. so the number is 0 or a negative. How can I solve that issue. That is all I have left. With an if statement ?
This is code i use to do the solving
 public static void Countsolve(int amount, int[] arraycount)
        {
            int[] cash = { 100, 50, 20, 10, 5, 1 };
            int[] bcounter = { 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0 };

            for(int i = 0; i < 6; i++)
            {
                if(amount >= cash[i])
                {
                    counter[i] = amount / cash[i];
                    amount -= bcounter[i] * cash[i];
                }
            }
            for(int x=0; x<arraycount.Length; x++)
            {
                arraycount[x] = arraycount[x] - bcounter[x];
            }

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I need to so something with arraycount IF < 0 then print "..." in console
Richard MacCutchan 10-Feb-19 5:41am
   
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