1. ## Challenge

Ok, I Just read the new challenge and some thing hit me hard(Excuse my corny literature) while trying to make sense of it(I didn't rack my brains; I directly went to the solutions page ) . See this output:
Code:
```input:
vector = {-1, -2, -4, -5, -6};
output:
0 //Should'nt it be returning the least naegative number???```

2. what

3. ## ...

Originally Posted by Brian
what
what?
Idon't get you.

oops...
Please go to cprogramming.com or its 'challenges page'
If thats what you mean by what
Sorry I didn't make any sense.
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4. Originally Posted by arjunajay
what?
Idon't get you.

oops...
Please go to cprogramming.com or its 'challenges page'
If thats what you mean by what
Sorry I didn't make any sense.
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You're kidding me >
My tail is on fire, and you like my sig?

6. There are several challenges on the website, give us the URL to the specific one you are asking about.

7. ## ...

oops again...
here it is...
sub array problem

8. i dont get there solution either i can get it to work just dont get there method of going about it

Code:
```double values[5];
double max = 0;
for(int i = 0;i <= values[i];i++)
{
cin >> values[i];
if(values[i] > max)
max = values[i];
}
cout << "MAX: " << max << endl;
return 0;```

9. ## ...

They are setting the sum to zero when ever they encounter a negative sum as far as I recall. I'm thinking of introducing another variable to store the least negative(or +ve) number ever enconutered to solve this.

oh..oh..
Your program finds the largest element not the sum...
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