In this section, you will learn to convert decimal number into octal.
The decimal format has 10 digits (that are 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9) with base 10. The octal number has 8 digits (as: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7) with base 8.
Description of code:
This program takes a decimal number at console and converts it into a octal number using the toString() method. The given number is taken in string format so, it must be converted into an integer type data . The toString() method converts decimal number into the octal number.
This method returns a string object to represent a specified integer. It converts the decimal number into octal. This method takes two parameters: value and 8. And it converts the signed decimal representation into the octal format. It returns back the number as a string.
Here is the code of this program:
Output of this program:
| C:\codejava>java DecimalToOctal
Enter the decimal number:
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