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Answer to Question #66726 in Java | JSP | JSF for Jonquil Sean

Question #66726
Write a program that prints a table of all the Roman numeral equivalents of the decimal numbers in the range
1 to 100. Using any Loop statement.
Expert's answer

public class Roman {

public static void main(String[] args) {

int counter = 1;
while (counter <= 100) {
String roman = "";
int first, second;
first = counter / 10;
second = counter % 10;
if(first == 1) {
roman = "X";
}else if(first == 2){
roman ="XX";
}else if(first == 3){
roman ="XXX";
}else if(first == 3){
roman ="XXX";
}else if(first == 4){
roman ="XL";
}else if(first == 5){
roman ="L";
}else if(first == 6){
roman ="LX";
}else if(first == 7){
roman ="LXX";
}else if(first == 8){
roman ="LXXX";
}else if(first == 9){
roman ="XC";
}
else if(first == 10){
roman ="C";
}

if(second == 0) {
roman += "";
}else if(second == 1) {
roman += "I";
}else if(second == 2) {
roman += "II";
}else if(second == 3) {
roman += "III";
}else if(second == 4) {
roman += "IV";
}else if(second == 5) {
roman += "V";
}else if(second == 6) {
roman += "VI";
}else if(second == 7) {
roman += "VII";
}else if(second == 8) {
roman += "VIII";
}else if(second == 9) {
roman += "IX";
}

if(roman != null) {

System.out.println(counter + ": " + roman);
}
counter++;
}

}

}

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