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how do I let a user input a "*" and enter it into a case?

so im trying to make a calculator where the user can input an equation and choose the type (+,-,*,/) but i cant seem to figure out how to do it any ideas?

5/19/2022 9:53:12 PM

Nikos Garcia

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Nikos Garcia You can take character (+, -, *, /) input and apply in switch statement like this: Scanner sc = new Scanner (System.in); char c = sc.next().charAt(0); System.out.println (c); switch (c) { case '+': System.out.println ("add"); break; }

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Nikos Garcia input your operator as a string or char. Then use a Switch to create the associated operation

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The¥AIRWeb He asked how to take * as an input. What you didn't understand here? Simply he wants to make a calculator and taking +, -, *, / as an input and want to put this in switch case. I don't think it's a meaningless question. Everyone understood question except you only.

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What is your code?

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Share your code Nikos Garcia

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The¥AIRWeb Why are you posting unnecessary comments?

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It's on the tag Great https://code.sololearn.com/WBGyBRdP874A/?ref=app