Hi guys!

The main idea reminds an approach for solving coins/knapsack problem - to store the result for all i < target and create the solution from them. For that for each t from 1 to our target we try every candidate which is less or equal to t in ascending order. For each candidate "c" we run through all combinations for target t-c starting with the value greater or equal than c to avoid duplicates and store only ordered combinations.

```
public class Solution {
public List<List<Integer>> combinationSum(int[] cands, int t) {
Arrays.sort(cands); // sort candidates to try them in asc order
List<List<List<Integer>>> dp = new ArrayList<>();
for (int i = 1; i <= t; i++) { // run through all targets from 1 to t
List<List<Integer>> newList = new ArrayList(); // combs for curr i
// run through all candidates <= i
for (int j = 0; j < cands.length && cands[j] <= i; j++) {
// special case when curr target is equal to curr candidate
if (i == cands[j]) newList.add(Arrays.asList(cands[j]));
// if current candidate is less than the target use prev results
else for (List<Integer> l : dp.get(i-cands[j]-1)) {
if (cands[j] <= l.get(0)) {
List cl = new ArrayList<>();
cl.add(cands[j]); cl.addAll(l);
newList.add(cl);
}
}
}
dp.add(newList);
}
return dp.get(t-1);
}
}
```

Hope it helps!