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December 4th, 2016, 05:18 AM   #1
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Question C programming. (basics)

Please help me with my problem. I cannot find the solution.
I have two different tables, a user defines their size and their elements...
The second table always has less or equal elements than the first and all the elements of the second table are surely elements of first table too. My program prints both tables. For example:

1st table: 1 3 5 7 9
2nd table: 5 7
My question is, how to find and print elements which are in first table but they are not in the second. It should seems like this:

1st table: 1 3 5 7 9
2nd table: 5 7
in 1st table but not in the second: 1 3 9
I will be greatful if anybody helps.
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December 5th, 2016, 11:43 PM   #2
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for loop through the first table, each time looping through the second table, something like this:

for (int t1loop = 0; t1loop<t1size; t1loop++)
  bool match = false;
  for (int t2loop = 0; t2loop<t2size; t2loop++)
    if (table1[t1loop] == table2[t2loop]) then match = true;
  if (match != true)
    //shout about not finding the number in table 2 here. t1loop is the current number not found in table 2.
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