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 March 21st, 2013, 03:50 PM Replies: 10 Views: 1,772 Posted By Rod Stephens I think the basic idea will help. The method... I think the basic idea will help. The method recursively calls itself once for each possible path up the pyramid and then uses the best total it finds from those paths. Hopefully you can adapt it for...
 March 21st, 2013, 03:30 PM Replies: 10 Views: 1,772 Posted By Rod Stephens Gotcha. Here's the basic idea. // Find... Gotcha. Here's the basic idea. // Find the best total from entry [x, y] to the top. BestTotal(int[,] array, int x, int y) { // Start with the value from this entry. int total =...
 March 21st, 2013, 03:08 PM Replies: 10 Views: 1,772 Posted By Rod Stephens Are you trying to find the best path from the... Are you trying to find the best path from the bottom to the top where each entry in the row above must have X coordinate differing by at most 1 from the row below? If so, you can write a recursive...
 March 21st, 2013, 02:50 PM Replies: 10 Views: 1,772 Posted By Rod Stephens I think you're going to have to give a little... I think you're going to have to give a little more detail. For example, search the columns to find the one with the largest total? Find a path via adjacent entries from the upper left corner to the...
 March 21st, 2013, 02:34 PM Replies: 10 Views: 1,772 Posted By Rod Stephens Do you mean the total of all entries in the... Do you mean the total of all entries in the array? Either loop through it and add the values up, or look at LINQ. It can probably do this for you.
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