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  1. char F10(char c[])
  2.  { char m,z; int n,s,i;
  3.    for (s=0,m='A'; m <='Z'; m++) {
  4.               for (n=0, i=0; c[i] !='\0'; i++)
  5.                            if (c[i]==m) n++;
  6.                            if (n > s) { z=m; s=n; }
  7.               }
  8.  return z; }
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Dec 13 '20 #1
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Rabbit
12,516 Expert Mod 8TB
You should come up with some example strings and step through it using pen and paper.

Some hints/offhand observations: the ifs can't be combined, the second if can be outside the inner loop, it would be more efficient to tabulate the results and get rid of the nested loops.
Dec 13 '20 #2

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