# JavaScript: Product of two non-negative integers as strings

## JavaScript Math: Exercise-103 with Solution

Write a JavaScript program to calculate the product of non-negative integers n1 and n2 represented as strings. The product is also returned as a string.

**Test Data:**

("11", "10") -> "110"

("17", "19") -> "323"

("1", "0") -> "0"

("0", "0") -> "0"

**Sample Solution:**

**HTML Code:**

```
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<meta charset="utf-8">
<title>JavaScript program to Product of two non-negative integers as strings</title>
</head>
<body>
</body>
</html>
```

**JavaScript Code:**

```
function test(n1, n2) {
if (n1 === '0' || n2 === '0')
return '0';
n1_len = n1.length
n2_len = n2.length
result = new Array(n1_len+n2_len).fill(0)
for (i=n1_len-1; i>=0; i--) {
for (j=n2_len-1; j>=0; j--) {
t1=i+j
t2=i+j+1
total = result[t2] + Number(n1[i]) * Number(n2[j])
result[t2] = total%10
result[t1] += Math.floor(total/10)
}
}
if (result[0] === 0)
result.shift();
return result.join('')
}
n1 = "11"
n2 = "10"
console.log("n1 = " +n1+", n2 = "+n2)
console.log("Product of the said two integers as strings: "+test(n1, n2));
n1 = "17"
n2 = "19"
console.log("n1 = " +n1+", n2 = "+n2)
console.log("Product of the said two integers as strings: "+test(n1, n2));
n1 = "1"
n2 = "0"
console.log("n1 = " +n1+", n2 = "+n2)
console.log("Product of the said two integers as strings: "+test(n1, n2));
n1 = "0"
n2 = "0"
console.log("n1 = " +n1+", n2 = "+n2)
console.log("Product of the said two integers as strings: "+test(n1, n2));
```

Sample Output:

n1 = 11, n2 = 10 Product of the said two integers as strings: 110 n1 = 17, n2 = 19 Product of the said two integers as strings: 323 n1 = 1, n2 = 0 Product of the said two integers as strings: 0 n1 = 0, n2 = 0 Product of the said two integers as strings: 0

**Flowchart: **

**Live Demo: **

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