Friday, May 10, 2013

Java Math Function Example



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Hope you will like this article.

In this article we will be familiar with maths functions of java. Here example is given and by running this example code to your pc, you will easily get and be familiar with all these functions.


package mathsfunctions;

public class MathsFunctions {

    public static void main(String args[]){

    int i = 2;
    int j = -4;
    double x = 19.8;
    double y = 0.38;

    System.out.println("i is " + i);
    System.out.println("j is " + j);
    System.out.println("x is " + x);
    System.out.println("y is " + y);


    /*
     Math.round(variable) Function
     -----------------------------
      It gives rounding value of variable, depending upon value of variable is
      less than or greater than 0.50

     */

    System.out.println("Value of Math.round(x) is : "+Math.round(x));
    System.out.println("Value of Math.round(y) is : "+Math.round(y));
    //  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

    /*
     Math.abs(variable) Function
     ---------------------------
     It gives integer value of variable, if it is negatie than it converts
     to positive number
     */

    System.out.println("Value of Math.abs(i) is : " + Math.abs(i));
    System.out.println("Value of Math.abs(j) is : " + Math.abs(j));
    System.out.println("Value of Math.abs(x) is : " + Math.abs(x));
    System.out.println("Value of Math.abs(y) is : " + Math.abs(y));

    //  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

    /*
     Math.min(var1,var2) Function
     ----------------------------
     It gives minimum number value between the two variables
     */

     System.out.println("Minimum between " +i+" and j " +j+ " is : "  + Math.min(i,j));
     System.out.println("Minimum between " +x+" and j " +y+ " is : "  + Math.min(x,y));
     System.out.println("Minimum between " +i+" and j " +x+ " is : "  + Math.min(i,x));
     System.out.println("Minimum between " +y+" and j " +j+ " is : "  + Math.min(y,j));

     //  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

     /*
     Math.max(var1,var2) Function
     ----------------------------
     It gives maximum number value between the two variables
     */

     System.out.println("Maximum between " +i+" and j " +j+ " is : "  + Math.max(i,j));
     System.out.println("Maximum between " +x+" and j " +y+ " is : "  + Math.max(x,y));
     System.out.println("Maximum between " +i+" and j " +x+ " is : "  + Math.max(i,x));
     System.out.println("Maximum between " +y+" and j " +j+ " is : "  + Math.max(y,j));

     //  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

     /*
      Math.ceil(variable)
      -------------------
      It gives integer value greater than or equal to the number
      */

     System.out.println("Value of Math.ceil(i) is : " + Math.ceil(i));
     System.out.println("Value of Math.ceil(j) is : " + Math.ceil(j));
     System.out.println("Value of Math.ceil(x) is : " + Math.ceil(x));
     System.out.println("Value of Math.ceil(y) is : " + Math.ceil(y));

     //  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

     /*
      Math.floor(variable)
      -------------------
      It gives integer value less than or equal to the number
      */

     System.out.println("Value of Math.floor(i) is : " + Math.floor(i));
     System.out.println("Value of Math.floor(j) is : " + Math.floor(j));
     System.out.println("Value of Math.floor(x) is : " + Math.floor(x));
     System.out.println("Value of Math.floor(y) is : " + Math.floor(y));

     //  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

     /*
      Math.pow(var1,var2)
      -------------------
      It gives var1 raised to var2 value
      */

    System.out.println("Value of pow(3.0, 2.0) is : "  + Math.pow(3.0,2.0));
    System.out.println("Value of pow(5.0, 1.5) is : "  + Math.pow(5.0,1.5));
    System.out.println("Value of pow(3, -1) is : "     + Math.pow(3,-1));

    //  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

     /*
      Math.sqrt(variable)
      -------------------
      It gives square value root of variable
      */

    for (i=0; i < 10; i++) {
      System.out.println(
       "The square root of " + i + " is " + Math.sqrt(i));
    }

    //  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

     /*
      Math.random(variable)
      -------------------
      It gives random number between o to 9
      */

    System.out.println("Example of Random Number : " + Math.random());
    System.out.println("Example of another Random Number : " + Math.random());

    }
}



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