C Exercises: Find the integer that appears the least often

C Basic-II: Exercise-1 with Solution

Write a C program that takes n number of positive integers. Find the integer that appears the least number of times among the said integers. If there are multiple such integers, select the smallest one.

Sample Date:

(1,2,3) -> 1
(10, 20, 4, 5, 11) -> 4

C Code:

#include <stdio.h> 

int ctr[101];
int num;

int main()
  int i,x,min_num,result;
  printf("What is the number of integers you wish to input? ");
  printf("Input the number(s):\n");
  min_num = 100;
    if( ctr[i]>0 && ctr[i]<min_num)
      {  result=i;
  printf("Smallest among the said integers: %d\n",result);

Sample Output:

What is the number of integers you wish to input? 3
Input the number(s):
Smallest among the said integers: 1


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