GrayImage free response problem from the 2012 AP Computer Science exam has you working with a 2 dimensional array of integer values.
The class you’re given looks something like this, except with a lot more comments.
The two things to notice are that we have constants named
WHITE which are
1 respectively and the matrix of values is called
pixelValues. We’ll need to know that for the two parts.
countWhitePixels method goes through
pixelValues and counts how many cells are equal to
Let’s solve it first with a for loop.
It’s a nested loop checking every cell and incrementing
cnt if the cell is equal to
Here’s the same method, this time solved with a for each loop.
You could also solve it with a while loop, but I’m going to leave that one off.
For the second part,
processImage, you’re going through the matrix and subtracting the value 2 rows down and 2 columns to the right from each cell, but only if there is a cell 2 down and 2 to the right. My guess is that this part of the test is checking that you know how loops work to keep your code in bounds.
I stopped my loops at
< pixelValues.length-2 and
< pixelValues[r].length-2 so that
pixelValues[r+2][c+2] was always in bounds. The other option would be to loop through the entire thing and then check that
pixelValues[r+2][c+2] was in bounds before subtracting it from
pixelValues[r][c]. To me though, that just seems like another place to mess up.
After the value is subtracted my code checks that it’s not
< BLACK, and if it is set it to
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