hgg ohh - 2 months ago 4

Java Question

I'm trying to make a times table counter. It's supposed to output

1 x 5 is 5

2 x 5 is 10

3 x 5 is 15

up to 10 x 5 is 50

The input is the 5, the counter is taken from the i in the for loop.

It's counting through the numbers but I can't get it to calculate the result, and I can't see what I'm missing. Any help would be appreciated

Code below

`import java.util.Scanner;`

public class Program {

public static void main(String[] args) {

Scanner kb = new Scanner(System.in);

int input = kb.nextInt();

Math math1 = new Math(0,0);

for(int i = 0; i <= 10; i++){

math1.setNum2(i);

math1.multiplier();

System.out.println(input + " times " + i + " is " + math1.getResult());

}

} //main

} // class Program

and

`public class Math {`

private int num;

private int num2;

private int result;

//constructor//

public Math(int num, int num2){

this.num = num;

this.num2 = num2;

this.result = result;

}

//get//

public int getNum(){

return this.num;

}

public int getNum2(){

return this.num2;

}

public int getResult(){

return this.result;

}

//set//

public void setNum(int value){

this.num = value;

}

public void setNum2(int value){

this.num2 = value;

}

//other//

public void multiplier(){

this.num = num;

result = num * num2;

}

} // class Math

Answer

You seem to be multiplying times zero no matter what you are doing. `Math math1 = new Math(0,0);`

implies something*0. You need to use your input in the code. As arthur mentioned use, `Math math1 = new Math(input, 0)`

Source (Stackoverflow)

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