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Hi,have a look at the code:
Which of the following will compile without error?
1)
char c='1';
System.out.println(c>>1);
2)
Integer i=Integer("1");
System.out.println(i>>1);
3)
int i=1;
System.out.println(i<<<1);
4)
int i=1;
System.out.println(i<<1);
the Ans;1,4.i cant understand why it is 1 since 1 is treated
as Character.
Thanks!
 
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Hi,
char primitive data type can be used in the expression and it will behave as unsigned inter.
What's wrong with ans 3. Could you pls tell me??
 
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I dont think java has an operator "<<<".<br /> >> right shift<br /> >>> unsigned right shift
<< left shift
 
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Originally posted by Surya K:
Hi,
char primitive data type can be used in the expression and it will behave as unsigned inter.
What's wrong with ans 3. Could you pls tell me??


Thanks!Can u give me a link where i can get a detailed
description of SIgned and Unsigned integers
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