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just a quickie... this is from KnB book, page 374 (for those of you using this book)
double d = Math.toRadians(60);
the toRadians method receives a double argument and returns a double. In this case we have a value of 60 as a parameter (which I assume is an integer, correct me if I'm wrong). Is the compiler automatically promoting this value to double?
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Yes the argument is automatically converted to double.
 
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