Write a program to allow the user to enter a positive integer.

Now check if the entered number is an automorphic number or not, using a recursive method.

An **automorphic** number is one whose square ends with the original number itself.

**Example**:

INPUT: 25

OUTPUT: 25 is automorphic.

A **recursive** method is one that calls itself either directly or indirectly.

```
import java.io.*;
class Automorphic{
public static void main(String args[])throws IOException{
BufferedReader br = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(System.in));
System.out.print("Enter the number: ");
int num = Math.abs(Integer.parseInt(br.readLine()));
if(isAutomorphic(num, 10))
System.out.println(num + " is automorphic.");
else
System.out.println(num + " is not automorphic.");
}
public static boolean isAutomorphic(int num, int p){
if(p > num * num)
return false;
else if((num * num) % p == num)
return true;
else
return isAutomorphic(num, p * 10);
}
}
```

WAP in Java to enter a natural number ,where N>100 and N<1000,the natural number must not contain zeros. Print all the combinations of the digits of the number including the number itself. Each new combination should appear on a new line.

Sample Input:

N=465

Sample Output:

456

465

546

564

645

654

Sir,a program is given which states that:

WAP in Java to aceept n numbers in a single dimensional array. Display the numbers after eliminating duplicate numbers of the array.

Sample Input:n=10

69

45

45

25

34

40

34

41

29

16

Sample Output:

The result after removing duplicate numbers:

69 45 25 34 40 41 29 16

Here is the link to your program.

Sir,2 questions are given which states that:

Convert the following recursive codes to iterative codes

A) public static boolean isAutomorphic(int num, int p){

if(p > num * num)

return false;

else if((num * num) % p == num)

return true;

else

return isAutomorphic(num, p * 10);

}

B) public static long getBinary(int n){

if(n == 0)

return 0L;

else{

int rem = n % 2;

return rem + getBinary(n / 2) * 10L;

}