**Question:-**

Bobby is in her 2nd grade and has just started to learn about fractions. Whenever she comes across a decimal number she is curious to know the equivalent fraction for that number. Help her to convert a decimal number into a fraction. Write a program that accepts a decimal number and prints the fraction equivalent in the simplified/reduced form.

**Sample input1**

12.5

**Sample output 1(Improper Fraction- where the numerator is greater than denominator)**

Fraction: 25/2

**Sample input 2**

0.625

**Sample output 2(Proper Fraction- where the numerator is lesser than denominator)**

Fraction: 5/8

**Sample input 3**

3

**Sample output 3**

Input a decimal number

**Code:-**

import java.util.*; public class Main { public static void fraction(double x) { Main obj=new Main(); String a=""+x; String splits[]=a.split("\\."); int b=splits[1].length(); int denominator=(int)Math.pow(10, b); int numerator=(int)(x*denominator); int gcd=obj.getGCD(numerator, denominator); String fraction=""+numerator/gcd+"/"+denominator/gcd; System.out.println("Fraction: "+fraction); } int getGCD(int n1, int n2) { if(n2==0) { return n1; } return getGCD(n2, n1%n2); } public static void main (String[] args) { Scanner sc=new Scanner(System.in); double a=sc.nextDouble(); if(a==(int)(a)) { System.out.println("Input a decimal number"); } else{ fraction(a); } } }