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You are given an array A = [a1; a2; a3; : : : ; an] of n positive integers. If you write the integers in the order they appear in A, and insert symbols + or before each integer, you get an arithmetic expression. If the evaluation of the expression gives the value v, we say that v is realized (or realizable) by the array A. For example, consider the array [7; 12; 1; 9; 5] of five positive integers. We have

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`You are given an array A = [a1; a2; a3; : : : ; an] of n positive integers. If you write the integers in the order they appear in A, and insert symbols + or before each integer, you get an arithmetic expression. If the evaluation of the expression gives the value v, we say that v is realized (or realizable) by the array A. For example, consider the array [7; 12; 1; 9; 5] of five positive integers. We have`
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[no name] 6-May-19 13:45pm
"Can anybody code this problem in java": Most probably yes. But why somebody here should do it?
F-ES Sitecore 6-May-19 13:50pm
Thanks for the challenge, I just coded it up and it was fun!
#realJSOP 6-May-19 14:10pm
Identifying the problem gets you half way to solving it.
Member 14057583 31-May-19 7:58am
Can you please share your code here?thanks
F-ES Sitecore 31-May-19 8:03am
I was only joking...

## Solution 1

This is your homework, not ours. When do you plan on learning to actually code by yourself?

This forum isn't a homework service - this forum is for helping those who are really trying and have hit a snag. Not for lazy people who want things just given to them.

If you had planned on a career in computer programming, I suggest you find an alternative career as you've clearly no interest in the topic. Keep away from anything technical as they all pretty much require both desire and a great deal of effort. You clearly lack both.

Maybe work in a shop or a gas (petrol) station. Minimal study required. Whatever you choose, do yourself a favor and at least try to find something you like.

[no name] 6-May-19 15:55pm
My small 5 as a little compensation
TheRealSteveJudge 7-May-19 3:12am
Hard but true words. 5*
Manuele Camilletti 7-May-19 3:57am
Clap Clap Clap

## Solution 2

The problem requires the sum of the items of the array. What is wrong in a simple loop (see, for instance Iterating over Arrays in Java - GeeksforGeeks[^])?

## Solution 3

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Can anybody code this problem in java

Most probably everyone here.
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I am new to Dynamic Programming and stuck somewhere, and could not figure out how to proceed further

As far as I can see, this requirement is not related to dynamic programming, but since you didn't post the complete text, I may be wrong.
To get help here, show your code and explain where you are stuck. By the way, complete the text of requirement.

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