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Thread: Whats wrong with my Code?

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    Default Whats wrong with my Code?

    hi there can any one help me figure out how to convert numbers into string without using an array and a method please thank you


    example of my arrayed code i dont like this

    the code here is working but i want to use the other way for not using array
    just like switches and if and loops only
    im sorry for not using the proper tags to this code im a new comer thank you for your time to reply on this thread



    i made a code here but i did'nt run what i want to output sir

    package UnderPackage;
    import java.util.Scanner;
     
    public class NumberToWords {
        static Scanner input = new Scanner(System.in);
        public static void main(String[] args) {
     
            int number;
            int b;
            String thousands ="";
            String hundred ="";
            String tens ="";
            String firstTen ="";
            String ones ="";
            System.out.println("Enter a number: ");
            number = input.nextInt();
           int th = number/1000;
     
            switch (th){
                case 1:
                    thousands ="one thousand";
                break;
     
                case 2:
                    thousands ="two thousand";
                break;
     
                case 3:
                    thousands ="three thousand";
                break;
     
                case 4:
                    thousands ="four thousand";
                break;
     
                case 5:
                    thousands ="five thousand";
                break;
     
                case 6:
                    thousands ="six thousand";
                break;
     
                case 7:
                    thousands ="seven thousand";
                break;
     
                case 8:
                    thousands ="eight thousand";
                break;
     
                case 9:
                    thousands ="nine thousand";
                break;
     
                case 10:
                    thousands ="ten thousand";
                break;
            }
            switch(number/100){
     
    	case 1:
    		hundred = "one hundred";
    	break;
     
    	case 2:
    		hundred = "two hundred";
    	break;
     
    	case 3:
    		hundred = "three hundred";
    	break;
     
    	case 4:
    		hundred = "four hundred";
    	break;
     
    	case 5:
    		hundred = "five hundred";
    	break;
     
    	case 6:
    		hundred = "six hundred";
    	break;
     
    	case 7:
    		hundred = "seven hundred";
    	break;
     
    	case 8:
    		hundred = "eight hundred";
    	break;
     
    	case 9:
    		hundred = "nine hundred";
    	break;
     
    }
     
            if(number<= 19 && number >=11){
                int special = number%100;
                switch (special){
                    case 11:
                        firstTen = "eleven";
                    break;
     
                    case 12:
                        firstTen = "twelve";
                    break;
     
                    case 13:
                        firstTen = "thirteen";
                    break;
     
                    case 14:
                        firstTen = "fourteen";
                    break;
     
                    case 15:
                        firstTen = "fifthteen";
                    break;
     
                    case 16:
                        firstTen = "sixteen";
                    break;
     
                    case 17:
                        firstTen = "seventeen";
                    break;
     
                    case 18:
                        firstTen = "eightteen";
                    break;
     
                    case 19:
                        firstTen = "nineteen";
                    break;
                }
                System.out.println(th + special);         
            }
            switch (number/10){
                case 1:
                    tens ="ten";
                break;
     
                case 2:
                    tens ="twenty";
                break;
     
                case 3:
                    tens ="thirty";
                break;
     
                case 4:
                    tens ="fourty";
                break;
     
                case 5:
                    tens ="fifty";
                break;
     
                case 6:
                    tens ="sixty";
                break;
     
                case 7:
                    tens ="seventy";
                break;
     
                case 8:
                    tens ="eighty";
                break;
     
                case 9:
                    tens ="ninety";
                break;
            }
            if(number>0){
                switch (number){
                    case 1:
                        ones ="one";
                    break;
     
                    case 2:
                        ones ="two";
                    break;
     
                    case 3:
                        ones ="three";
                    break;
     
                    case 4:
                        ones ="four";
                    break;
     
                    case 5:
                        ones ="five";
                    break;
     
                    case 6:
                        ones ="six";
                    break;
     
                    case 7:
                        ones ="seven";
                    break;
     
                    case 8:
                        ones ="eight";
                    break;
     
                    case 9:
                        ones ="nine";
                    break;
     
                }
     
                 System.out.print(thousands + hundred +firstTen+ tens + ones);
     
            }
        }  
       }
    Last edited by broodler; February 12th, 2014 at 03:22 PM. Reason: for better understanding


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    Default Re: Whats wrong with my Code?

    When posting code, please use the highlight tags to preserve formatting.

    What does this code do? What are you confused about? Where are you stuck?
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    Default Re: Whats wrong with my Code?

    Welcome to the forum! Please read this topic to learn how to post code in code or highlight tags and other useful info for newcomers.

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    Default Re: Whats wrong with my Code?

    sorry sir i got sleep . . same concept but i dont want to use array here i dont know how to convert it not using arrays and methods

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    Default Re: Whats wrong with my Code?

    convert it not using arrays and methods
    Writing code that doesn't use arrays or methods is a step backwards. Is that a requirement from your instructor to show you how hard it is and how ugly a program would be without using those two techniques?

    It could be done with a long chain of if/else if statements
    or with a switch statement.
    If you don't understand my answer, don't ignore it, ask a question.

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    yes sir it is. . im confusing when starting to think the logic after declaring variables and accept an input type

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