Not too sure on how to start this program off. I know I have to declare my variables first. Then what comes next?

Write a java program that finds if one number is

perfectly divisible by another. The program should call a

method with the signature:

boolean perfectDivChecker(int num1, int num2)

Let’s examine this logically:

Given two numbers, we’ll need to decide if the first number (designated by parameter `num1`

), is **evenly divisible by** the second number (designated by parameter `num2`

). In the `perfectDivChecker`

method body, we need to write code to return `true`

or `false`

, depending upon if this condition is satisfied.

How do we determine if one number is evenly divisible by another, mathematically speaking?: If we divide one number by the other, what must the result be? The quotient must must not be a decimal. Or, alternatively stated, the *remainder* of the operation must be 0 (nothing left over after division).

So what code can we write to determine if `num1`

, when divided by `num2`

, has a remainder of 0?

Once you’ve determined that logic, you can simply return the resultant boolean.

If the issue is “how do I format a Java program”, then you might try reviewing previous exercises, or this tutorial.