Ask the user to enter a year.
Using a switch statement, convert the year into Roman numerals.
Display the year as an integer, and as a Roman numeral, with a message, on the screen.

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import java.util.Scanner;

public class RomanNumerals {

public static void main(String[] args){
// initialize the scanner
Scanner inputScanner = new Scanner(;

// prompt the user to input a year in arabic format
System.out.print("Please enter a year: ");

// get user input
String userInput =;

// convert the user input to an integer
int userYear = Integer.parseInt(userInput);

// getting the thousands and removing them from the remaining
int thousands = userYear / 1000;
int remainingYears = userYear % 1000;

// getting the hundreds and removing them from the remaining
int hundreds = remainingYears / 100;
remainingYears = remainingYears % 100;...

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