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please java. I have tried some strigs with introduce a number and i take a number from the keyboard but i don't know how to take the divisors of the number. Pleaze help with explications. And in java i repeat. I have a exercise for tomorow.

What I have tried:

please java. I have tried some strigs with introduce a number and i take a number from the keyboard but i don't know how to take the divisors of the number. Pleaze help with explications. And in java i repeat. I have a exercise for tomorow.

Java
```package Teme;
import java.util.Scanner;

public class Tema6ex2 {
Scanner scan = new Scanner(System.in);
String number;
System.out.println("Introduce a number: ");
String number = scan.nextLine();```
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Updated 11-Feb-22 19:43pm
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## Solution 1

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## Solution 2

Quote:
Pleaze help with explications.

As programmer, your job is to create solutions.
Here we help you fix your code, but your code show no attempt to solve the problem.

To know how many numbers are divisor of a given number, the brute force solution (simple but inefficient) is to check every single possible divisor.
To know if a number is divisor, the most simple solution is to check if division have a reminder or not.
Modulo or Remainder Operator in Java - GeeksforGeeks[^]

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