Money Counter

import java.io.*;

class counter {
	counter(int amount) {
		int thousand, fivehundred, hundred, fifty, twenty, ten, five, two, one;
		thousand = fivehundred = hundred = fifty = twenty = ten = five = two = one = 0;
		while(amount>0) {
			if(amount >= 1000) {
				amount = amount - 1000;
				thousand++;
			}
			else if(amount >= 500) {
				amount = amount - 500;
				fivehundred++;
			}
			else if(amount >= 100) {
				amount = amount - 100;
				hundred++;
			}
			else if(amount >= 50) {
				amount = amount - 50;
				fifty++;
			}
			else if(amount >= 20) {
				amount = amount - 20;
				twenty++;
			}
			else if(amount >= 10) {
				amount = amount - 10;
				ten++;
			}
			else if(amount >= 5) {
				amount = amount - 5;
				five++;
			}
			else if(amount >= 2) {
				amount = amount - 2;
				two++;
			}
			else {
				amount = amount - 1;
				one++;
			}
		}
		System.out.println("Number of Coins/Notes");
		System.out.println("Thousand - "+thousand);
		System.out.println("Five Hundred - "+fivehundred);
		System.out.println("Hundred - "+hundred);
		System.out.println("Fifty - "+fifty);
		System.out.println("Twenty - "+twenty);
		System.out.println("Ten - "+ten);
		System.out.println("Five - "+five);
		System.out.println("Two - "+two);
		System.out.println("One - "+one);
	}
}

class moneyconverter {
	public static void main(String args[ ]) {
		converter ch = new converter(Integer.parseInt(args[0]));
	}
}




/* Output */
java moneyconvert 51230
Number of Coins/Notes
Thousand - 51
Five Hundred - 0
Hundred - 2
Fifty - 0
Twenty - 1
Ten - 1
Five - 0
Two - 0
One - 0

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