So I got this problem in my homework, which asks me to implement with both set and map respectively to solve for the numbers of modes in an array(to find the data that has the highest frequency of occurrence within a set of data). It also requires to test and show solutions for no modes, 1 mode, and multiple modes, These are literally all the instructions I have(The teacher isn't keen on being specific). As far as I understand, neither set or map allows for duplicates values, then how would there even exist modes? I am very iffy. Can someone give me some insights on this one, should it be doable? I would appreciate any pointers to kick this off. Thanks!!
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