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phani kon
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In the below code I am using a division operator division. How would I get the value of d?


Campbell Ritchie
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Please use ctrl-C ctrl-V to copy your code, so as to avoid spelling errors like

if(scat=="ALL)

You ought not to use the == operator to check objects (which includes Strings); try

if ("ALL".equals(scat))

instead. And make sure that you are using exactly the correct spelling for ALL.
Have you really declared "double d" in the if? In that case the code won't compile in the first place. PostRealCode, please.
 
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