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1. Cyrus says:

Is this website still running and maintained?

• Damien says:

It’s still around and running, I’ve been super-busy with work and school but if you ever have any questions feel free to drop them my way.

2. peter says:

How do I fix this so it counts how many numbers the user puts in so I can change it into a if else statement?
public static void main(String[] args) {
// TODO Auto-generated method stub

Scanner input = new Scanner(System.in);
long nrmNum= 1111111111;
long phoneFmt = 0l;
phoneFmt = (long) input.nextDouble();
//get a 12 digits String, filling with left ’0′ (on the prefix)

DecimalFormat phoneDecimalFmt = new DecimalFormat(“0000000000″);

String phoneRawString= phoneDecimalFmt.format(phoneFmt);

java.text.MessageFormat phoneMsgFmt=new java.text.MessageFormat(“({0})-{1}-{2}”);
//suposing a grouping of 3-3-4
String[] phoneNumArr={phoneRawString.substring(0, 3),
phoneRawString.substring(3,6),
phoneRawString.substring(6)};
nrmNum /= 1;
if (phoneFmt == nrmNum ){
System.out.println(” Your Phone number is: “);
System.out.println(phoneMsgFmt.format(phoneNumArr));
}
else {
System.out.print(“Please input 10 numbers for the phone #”);
System.out.println(phoneMsgFmt.format(phoneNumArr));
}
}

}