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I need to Huffman Code Algorithm for me so that you can see in this picture. File should be a 2D array. The weight and character of the user is taken to a 2D array.
Please help me.
Posted 27-Jul-11 7:38am
SAKryukov 27-Jul-11 13:57pm
Not a question. Do you expect someone write the code for you? Why? Who would be interested in doing it for you?
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Solution 1

Would you like us to quote on writing this for you, or would yo prefer to write it yourself and just ask us for free help ?
esmailian 27-Jul-11 15:07pm
The purpose of this question by people who already have problems with this issue. And the problem has been solved
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Solution 2

You really need to put some effort in your work if you want to get any results.

I'm pretty much sure you already know where to find complete description of the algorithm:[^]. This article includes many good Web links to implementations of the algorithm: C, Python.

This article provides implementations in 27 languages (!):[^].

Some of the implementation will look very similar to C#: especially Java, more or less C++, Ada (looks different but essentially very close as definitions of arithmetic operators are used). Algorithm itself is quite simple, especially when it's explained to you in such a detailed way. So, what's remaining problem? Implementation in C# using available samples? But what are you good for? I don't think anyone would be interested enough to do this work for you. The most interested person here is you. Put some effort and have the result.

esmailian 27-Jul-11 15:05pm
Thank my friend . but it not my answer . I try to make this code with c#
SAKryukov 27-Jul-11 15:37pm
What do you mean "not my answer"? Write it in C#, it's your turn. If you have problems, we would gladly help you.

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