How to find if a number is Niven (Harshad number) or not in Java

In this tutorial, we’ll be finding out if a number is Niven number ( Harshad number ) or not in Java.

Niven Number

Niven number or Harshad number is a number, perfectly divisible by the sum of its individual digits.
All single digit numbers are Niven numbers.
For Example:
1 -> Niven Number
18 -> Niven Number
20 -> Not Niven Number

Below is a representation of Niven numbers:

In the example given above, we can notice that 15/(1+5) = 2.5 ( i.e ) not perfectly divisible.
Therefore 15 is not a Niven number.

Code for Finding if a number is Niven or not in Java

```import java.util.*;
class Niven
{
public static void main(String[]args)
{
Scanner scan = new Scanner(System.in);
System.out.print("Enter the number: ");
int number = scan.nextInt();
int total = 0;

for(int k = number ; k > 0 ; k = k/10)
{
total = total + (k%10);
}

if(number%total == 0)
{
}
else
{
}
}
}```

Explanation

1. For each iteration, the last digit of the number is added to the “total” variable by the % operation which yields the remainder.
2. The last digit is removed from the number using the / operation which yields the quotient.
3. Check divisibility.

Output:

Hence we can find out if the given number is a Niven number or not.