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Multiple Inputs?

I have a question, how do I get multiple inputs example; Multiple Inputd for + * % /. if you know the answer, just post it here.

6/28/2017 5:03:09 PM

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Use scanner and use some next() method. Same as taking 1 input. Whether it be next(), nextLine(), nextInt(), etc.. CodePlayground is a bit different because it asks for all input right when the program is run. To make multiple inputs for this, separate each input on a new line. Example input: / 3 2 Expected output: 3 / 2. In other compilers you won't need to do this, as you can just type it in when asked.

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thank you!

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would this line of code work? Scanner a = new Scanner(System.in); int x = a.nextInt(); int y = a.nextInt(); int z = a.nextInt(); int sum = y %x z; System.out.println(sum);

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Yes, if you put an operation inbetween the x and z. x + z. Or whatever you meant to do.

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I want to make sort of a calculator that allows the user to choose what type of arithmetic in the input screen

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basically what I need is a way to declare what type using an integer

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how shuld i imput n and m for this m>n https://code.sololearn.com/cs36wVBczbsF/?ref=app

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solved!