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Decimal to Octal Converter in Java (Console-Based)


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 or from the official website of BlueJ at

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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Submitted byrichmon (not verified)on Thu, 04/12/2012 - 13:57

Dude, can you give some title and its clue to make our thesis? thanks

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