Currency Conversion Program in Java3 min read

In this section of the java program tutorial, we will learn how to write a Java Currency Converter Program and see how it works. Before we begin, let me tell you that this is a beginner’s tutorial for the currency converter program in java.

Although there are many ways in which you can create a currency converter using java. You can create separate methods or you can use if..else-if statement, here we are going to use a switch case statement for the currency converter.


Java Currency Converter program using Switch case

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The above java program is the simple one as you can see that the conversion is done using the basic switch statement. And as told earlier, you can do the same by using the if..else-if ladder statement, or either you can create a separate function for each currency conversion. This is how you can create a basic currency converter in java program.


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