Posted by **sardar** on Thursday, February 16, 2012 at 6:34am.

int carry=0;

int prod,i,j,rem;

int base=10;

else if ( op == '*' ) //checks for operator, performs array multiplication

{

for(i=size-1; i>-1;i--)

{

for(int j=size-1; j>-1;j--)

{

prod =firNum[i]*secNum[j];

prod += carry;

if(prod>=base)

{

carry = (prod/base);

prod -= (carry*base);

}

else

{

carry = 0;

final[i+j] += prod;

if(final[i+j] >= base)

{

rem = (final[i+j]/base);

final[i+j] -= rem*base;

carry += rem;

}

if(final[i+j] >= base)

{

final[i+j-1] += (final[i+j]/base);

final[i+j] = final[i+j] % base;

}

}

}

}

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**Writeacher**, Thursday, February 16, 2012 at 7:10am
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- Java - incomplete -
**MathMate**, Thursday, February 16, 2012 at 8:09am
The program will not compile, because many variables are undefined (for C/C++/C# or Java).

You will need to define a variable before first use.

Also, an if statement cannot start with "else if".

Perhaps you have missed out a part of the code.

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