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1. Thread: Formulas within my code aren't cooperating

by bohrstein7
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Re: Formulas within my code aren't cooperating

ill do the exact ones for this problem,

7925 divided by 3600 resulting in 2, then 725 divided by 60 resulting in 12, and then the remaining 5 seconds. Sorry if I'm not really good with this ha
2. Thread: Formulas within my code aren't cooperating

by bohrstein7
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Re: Formulas within my code aren't cooperating

the seconds divided by 3600, the remaining number divided by 60, then the rest was the 5 seconds.
3. Thread: Formulas within my code aren't cooperating

by bohrstein7
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Re: Formulas within my code aren't cooperating

2 hours, 12 minutes, 5 seconds?
4. Thread: Formulas within my code aren't cooperating

by bohrstein7
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Re: Formulas within my code aren't cooperating

seconds = milliseconds/1000
hours = seconds/3600
5. Thread: Formulas within my code aren't cooperating

by bohrstein7
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Re: Formulas within my code aren't cooperating

well the original project was for my class and was to make 10000123 milliseconds into hours minutes and so on. I wanted to make it able to have user input though. For that (^) number of milliseconds...
6. Thread: Formulas within my code aren't cooperating

by bohrstein7
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Re: Formulas within my code aren't cooperating

import java.util.Scanner;

public class TestLab100
{
public static void main(String[] args)
{
Scanner keyboard = new Scanner(System.in);
int milisec, sec, hour, minute, remainderMi,...
7. Thread: Formulas within my code aren't cooperating

by bohrstein7
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Re: Formulas within my code aren't cooperating

--------------------Configuration: <Default>--------------------
Starting milli-seconds: 10000123
Hours: 2
Minutes: 46
Seconds: 668
Milli...
8. Thread: Formulas within my code aren't cooperating

by bohrstein7
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Formulas within my code aren't cooperating

I'm a novice programmer and I am trying to solve this annoying problem with my code.

import java.util.Scanner;

public class TestLab100
{
public static void main(String[] args)
{
Scanner...
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