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Thread: Devision of one number on 3 and 6

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    Default Devision of one number on 3 and 6

    Dear All,
    Hope everybody is doing well!
    Can you please help me with this example in Java? I would appreciate anyone who is supporting me!
    Get a number form user (in any way) and check if the number is dividable by 3 and 6. If yes then display “the number n is dividable by 3 and 6”, else display the “then number n is not dividable by 3 and 6”


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    Default Re: Devision of one number on 3 and 6

    The modulus operator would be useful for that exercise. It returns the remainder after a division: 10 % 3 = 1
    Returning 0 would mean an even division.

    Use it in an if statement: if(condition1 && condition2)
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