Java #30:One way to Perform Calculations Across Functions in java

       //Programmer: Akinwale Owi
//Company: Dagba Computers
//Program Purpose: Performing calculations between functions

package dagba.computer.sample;

/**
*
* @author Akin
*/

public class DagbaComputerSample {

/**
* @param args the command line arguments
*/

public static int addNumbers(int x)//Function add
{
int d = x + 1;//int to store the value of adding to x
return d;
}//end of addNumbers

public static int multiplyNumbers (int multiplyMe)//Function to multiply
{
//Creating a new int to hold the value of multiplyMe multiplied by 10
int e = multiplyMe * 10;
return e;//sending e back
}

public static int divideNumbers (int divideMe)//Funcion to divide
{
int f = divideMe/2; //Dividing variable from Main and storing it in f
return f; // Sending f back to main
}//end of divideNumbers

public static void main(String[] args)
{
//Creating the int, I’ll be adding across functions
int x = 5;

//Printing out x to check it works
System.out.println(“x = “+ x);

//printing out the result after the addNumbers Function
System.out.println(“After going to the addNumbersFunction number = ” +addNumbers(x));

//Creating a new int to hold the value from the addNumbers Function
int multiplyMe = addNumbers(x);

//Sending multiplyMe to the multipyNumbers function
System.out.println(“After going to the multiplyNumbers function = ” + multiplyNumbers(multiplyMe) );

//Creating an int to hold the new value of x before I divide it
int divideMe = multiplyNumbers(multiplyMe);

//Sending Number to get divided and then printing
System.out.println(“After dividing the value is now = ” + divideNumbers(divideMe));

}//end of main class
}//end of DagbaComputerSample Class

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