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Hi,
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Which of these are valid parameter type for the write()methods of the Writer class?
R int: is good
R char: is wrong
But I think that the char will be converted to an int and the mehod should work.
??
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write() only take
char[] cbuf,
int c,
and String str.

http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4/docs/api/java/io/Writer.html
 
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Hi,
And why if I will give a char as parameter it will not be promoted to an int?
See the following lines:
public class TestChar
{
static void m(int i)
{
System.out.println("OK, a received an int!");
}
public static void main(String args[])
{
char test = 'a';
m(3);
m(test);
}
}
In this case the char is converted to an int.
Why in the case I was talking about the things are not the same?
Thanks.
..Cristian
 
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Well it's a bit confusing question thouh it is quite simple .
I have done it practically and check the following code.It compiles & runs fine.

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Then both the int and char should be right.
 
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