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Why I’m getting WA in test case 4?

``````input()
from collections import Counter
lst=list(map(int,input().split()))
print(Counter(lst).most_common(1))
``````
``````int n, k;

cin >> n >> k;

int ara[n+1] = {0};

int num;

for (int i = 0; i < n; i++)

{

cin >> num;

ara[num]++;

}

///sort(ara, ara + n);

int save;

int value = -1;

for (int i = 1; i <=n; i++)

if (ara[i] > value)

{

save = i;

value = ara[i];

}

// for(int i=1;i<=n;i++)

// cout<<ara[i]<<" ";

cout << save << endl;
``````

i think this solution should work… i’m using for loop till (n) …but i initialized the whole array with 0…when i made it to go for 1 to k it works …but my question is why this Sol didt work when i went for 1 to n…?
yes there is only k values exist but i made the whole array to 0 ,when i will compare max(ara[i],value) it will cover up the logic …i’m not getting why this is not working!

``````a,x=map(int,input().split())
c=list(input().split())
c=sorted(c)
c=''.join(map(str,c))
b=0
for i in range(x+1):
x=c.count(str(i))
if c.count(str(i))>b:b=x;d=i
print(d)
``````

Why WA in case 10?