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# performing long multiplications using string

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Hi,
I got this question on the entrance exam for MCS ,can someone tell me how it's solved or provide code for it please , I have a feeling it will be helpful for the next exam.Thanks

Write a java class that multiplies the long number. The class will receive multiplicand and multiplier as string inputs, convert string values to their digit represent and show the partial products and product as shown in the example below:

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Welcome to the ranch Farhan.

Farhan Karim wrote:can someone tell me how it's solved or provide code for it please

That isn't how it works here. How about you provide your attempt at a solution and ask us specific questions about things you don't understand, and we'll help you from there.

Start by writing down the steps you would take when solving that problem manually.

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Hi Fahran, welcome to CodeRanch!

We don't hand out complete solutions here. Instead, we can help you solve the problem by yourself.

Write a class that has a method that splits the multiplier into single digits. Then, you can multiply the multiplicand with a multiplier digit times 10 to the power of the digit's position to get the partial product.

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Welcome again