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 Write a Java program to convert numbers (written in base 10 as usual) into octal (base 8) without using an


Example 1: if your program reads the value 100 from the keyboard it should print to the screen the value 144 as 144 in base 8=1*8^2+4*8+4=64+32+4=100

Example 2: if your program reads the value 5349 from the keyboard it should print to the screen the value 12345

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OpenJDK Runtime Environment (build 10.0. 2+13-Ubuntu lubu
ntu0 . 18 . 04. 4)
+ javac -classpath . :/run_dir/junit-4.12. jar -d . Main. j
java -classpath . :/run_dir/junit-4. 12. jar Main

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