import java.util.*;
  public class sSone  {
  public static void main ( String[] args )  {
    Scanner scan = new Scanner ( System.in );
      System.out.print ( "Enter an integer number from 0-128" );
	int inInt = scan.nextInt

PURPOSE: program that receives an integer number from 0-128 and displays the equivalent letter. For example, if the integer number is 97 the resulting letter is letter a.

REQUIREMENTS: don't use if statements, switch statements

PROBLEM: i don't know how can i work this thing out

Well Its quite simple I believe, A char is a single character, that is a letter, a digit, a punctuation mark, a tab, a space or something similar.

Therefore, if you want to find the ascii value of a number, you simple cast the number as a char. e.g.

System.out.print((char)+97);
//This will print a
//all you need to do is swap that number with an input from the user.

The 'program' to do this is basically 5 lines of code. No if or switch statements needed...Just an input from the user and a println.

also, to go in the opposite direction, you just cast the character as an int.

System.out.println((int)'A');//will print out 65

Edited 6 Years Ago by Akill10: n/a

tnx for the help dude, i'll try to apply ur advices
can u send me the jdk1.6.0_20 FILE ONLY?
can't download in this computer rental shop i came at
the connection is slow
can u?

tnx for the help dude, i'll try to apply ur advices
can u send me the jdk1.6.0_20 FILE ONLY?
can't download in this computer rental shop i came at
the connection is slow
can u?

What platform is your PC (Windows/linux etc)?

And how on earth are you creating java programs without having JDK installed? That is not possible my friend!

Edited 6 Years Ago by Akill10: n/a

well, i don't have a unit, i just rent at computer shops, i shud have downloaded JDK, but the connection here is slow, i only need the jdk1.6.0_20 file, where the javac is, unit here now is windows, my gmail <<snip>>, tnx 4 the help dude

Edited 6 Years Ago by Nick Evan: Removed email.

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that appeared, can u just send me via email? its only the jdk1.6.0_20 file

Yes, It is not possible to direct link, I have sent you an email with explicit instructions.

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