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Java Exercises: Compute and print sum of two given integers.

Java Basic: Exercise-220 with Solution

Write a Java program to compute and print sum of two given integers (more than or equal to zero). If given integers or the sum have more than 80 digits, print "overflow".

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Java Basic Exercises: Compute and print sum of two given integers.

Sample Solution:

Java Code:

 import java.*;
import java.math.BigInteger;
import java.util.Scanner;
 
public class Main {
    public static void main(String args[]) {
        Scanner sc = new Scanner(System.in);
        System.out.println("Input two integers:");
        String s1 = new String();
		String s2 = new String();
        s1 = sc.nextLine();
        s2 = sc.nextLine();
        BigInteger b1 = new BigInteger(s1);
        BigInteger b2 = new BigInteger(s2);
        BigInteger result = new BigInteger("0");
        result = result.add(b1);
        result = result.add(b2);
        String s3 = ""+result;
		System.out.println("\nSum of the said two integers:");
        if(s1.length()>80 || s2.length()>80 || s3.length()>80)
            System.out.println("Overflow");
        else
            System.out.println(result);
          }    
}

Sample Output:

Input two integers:
25
46

Sum of the said two integers:
71

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How to remove leading zeros from alphanumeric text?

Regex is the best tool for the job; what it should be depends on the problem specification. The following removes leading zeroes, but leaves one if necessary (i.e. it wouldn't just turn "0" to a blank string).

s.replaceFirst("^0+(?!$)", "")

The ^ anchor will make sure that the 0+ being matched is at the beginning of the input. The (?!$) negative lookahead ensures that not the entire string will be matched.

Test harness:

String[] in = {
    "01234",         // "[1234]"
    "0001234a",      // "[1234a]"
    "101234",        // "[101234]"
    "000002829839",  // "[2829839]"
    "0",             // "[0]"
    "0000000",       // "[0]"
    "0000009",       // "[9]"
    "000000z",       // "[z]"
    "000000.z",      // "[.z]"
};
for (String s : in) {
    System.out.println("[" + s.replaceFirst("^0+(?!$)", "") + "]");
}

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