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    Question java rounded sum

    write a program which accepts three integers as command line arguments.Round each number to the next multiple of 10,If the right most digit is 5 or more,otherwise round it down to previous multiple of 10.

    For example: 15 and 17 round up to 20 where as 12 round up to 10.

    calculate and print the sum of these rounded values.

    tell me logic if you know


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    Default Re: java rounded sum

    You tell us first.

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    Default Re: java rounded sum

    Quote Originally Posted by harvind View Post
    tell me logic if you know
    First, command line arguments are String values. Do you know how to parse (convert) a String into an int?
    Second, in the Java SE framework there is no method to "round" a number at multiples of the unit (eg. 10, 100 etc..). There are rounding methods in Math class but they round at decimals level. The rounding at multiples of 10 is up to you and there is more than one possibility. All you need are the standard operators / % +. Eventually with a test using an if.

    Try and post your code and ask for eventual problems.
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