Watch out this guys! I made this decimal-octal converter in Java. I used the BlueJ text editor to write, compile and run my program. You can download the BlueJ software from my blog site at http://www.eturo.co.cc/p/downloads.html or from the official website of BlueJ at http://bluej.org/.
Download the source code below and try it in your own. You can modify and add some features. See the screenshot...Happy coding guys!
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