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Fahrenheit to Celcius conversion application using JAVA

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In this JAVA project, we will develop an application to convert Fahrenheit into Celcius with the help of JAVA programming.

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Project implementation

Following are the functions used:

  • toCelsius - which converts the temperature into celsius
  • toFahrenheit - which converts the temperature into Fahrenheit
  • main (String[] args) - a simple test method which is our main function

Always we need to declare the class first in java, type the following to do the same:

public class Temperature {

Also, save the file name as temperature.java which is exactly the same as the class name.

First, we will look into the toCelsius function.

public double toCelcius (double f) {

# In this line we returned a double and we also accept a double value which is “toFahrenheit”

            double c; #Now we are declaring double

            c = (f - 32.0)/ 1.8; #This is the standard formula to convert Fahrenheit to celsius.

            return c;  #Here we are returning the calculated centigrade value

 }


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Now we will look into the toFahrenheit function.

public double toFahrenheit (double c)

#In the above line, we are returning a double and we also accept a double which is the Celsius value

double f; #declare a double value for the Fahrenheit value

f = (c * 1.8) + 32.0; # this the formula to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit

return f; # here we are returning the Fahrenheit value

Now, we will look into the main function.

public static void main(String[] args) {

            Temperature temperature = new Temperature ();  #instantiate temperature object

            double fTemp = 77.5;  #declare fTemp, which is a Fahrenheit temperature variable and the value is set to 77.5.

            double cTemp = temperature.toCelsius(fTemp); #here we are calculating the cTemp by calling our Celsius method and the fTemp value is passed in this argument.

            system.out.println(fTemp + “Fahrenheit = “ +cTemp + “Celsius.”) #As we got the both values now print the fTemp and cTemp as results with the help of print statement.

Now, the same thing is reversed,

cTemp = 37.2;  #C value is set to 37.2

fTemp = temperature.toFahrenheit(cTemp);  #Here we calculate the fTemp using the two Fahrenheit function by passing in cTemp as an argument.

system.out.pringln(cTemp + “Celcius = “+ fTemp +”Fahrenheig.”) #This prints both the values.

}

If you run the program it will print more decimal points. You can solve that by typing “%.2f” in the print statement, which trims all the decimal values to two decimal places.

In %.2f, f-stands for floating-point and %-  is a variable.

Refer below for the entire code:

public class Temperature {

            public static void main(String[] args) {

                        Temperature temperature = new Temperature();

                        double fTemp = 77.5;

                        double cTemp = temperature.toCelsius(fTemp);

                        system.out.printf(“%2.f Fahrenheit  = %.2f Celsius. \n”, fTemp, cTemp)

                        cTemp = 37.2;

                        fTemp  = temperature.toFahrenheit(cTemp);

                        system.out.printf(“%.2f Celsius = %.2f Fahrenheit.\n”, cTemp, fTemp)

}

public double toCelsius(double f) {

                        return (f - 32.0) / 1.8;

}

public double toFahrenheit(double c) {

                        return (c *1.8) + 32.0;

}

}

Run the program and test it.


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Skyfi Labs Last Updated: 2020-10-10





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