Write a program to find a Multiplication Table Using loop

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package com.control_loop.java;
import java.util.Scanner;
public class Multiplication_table {
	public static void main(String[] args) {
		Scanner sc= new Scanner (System.in);
				System.out.println("enter the number : ");
				int num=sc.nextInt();
		for(int i=1;i<=10;i++) {
		System.out.println(""+num+" * "+i+" = " +(num*i));	


package com.Operators.Java;

  •  It is a java package  which is a collection of classes and this package is created in a java project(Homework_operator) .
  • Here com.operators.java is the  name of our package.


import java.util.Scanner;

  • Scanner is a class in java
  • . util  package used for obtaining the input of the primitive types like int, double, etc. and strings .


public class  Multiplication_table

  • Here “ Multiplication_table” is defined as a class which is a template used to create objects ,& to define object ,data type and method.
  • It is defined as public because it can be accessed anywhere.
  • It is the entry point to the application.


public static void main(String[] args){

  • This is the main () method of our java program.
  • Every java program must contain the main() method.
  • Public : It is the access modifier of the main function which must be public so that the JRE can access and execute this method.
    • If a method is not public then access is restricted and it’s showing an error.
  • Static : Static is a keyword in which the main method has to be static so that the JVM can load the class into memory and call the main method without creating an instance.
  •  Void : It means no return types.
  •  Main() :  It is a function.
  •  String [] args :String means the collection of characters.
    •      String[] args represents a collection of strings that are separated by a space and can be typed directly into the program on the terminal.


int  num,i;

  • Here we Declare 2 variables num,i which is integer type and int is a local variable.


Scanner Sc = new Scanner(System.in);

  • Here scanner is a class and Sc is the instance of the object which is the new Scanner. System.in is an argument.



  • num”  is a variable that we take and sc is our instance name which is created for an object and nextInt() is a method of a Scanner object that reads in a string of digits or char and converts them into an int type.


  for(i=1; i<=10 ; i++ ) {

System.out.println(“+num+” * “ + i + ”=”+(num*i));

  • for(initialization; condition; increment/decrement)

It is used when we want to perform initialization, condition & increment/decrement in one single line.


 System.out.println(  );

  •   It means System is a class name and out is an instance of the System println is to print a new line and “+” means cocardinate.

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Myself Sonalin Shaoo. I am quite happy to contribute here some java programming content and my friends Lipsa Mohanty ,Sushil Puhan, Aswin Kumar Nayak also help me to contribute their Opinion on this .

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