"Is it it not trying to convert float to long, are we not taking a float reference (f)and trying to assign it a long value,or am i mistaken, and its just a little badly worded? "
My understanding is that the type of a reference cannot ever change, once declared, so in this case f is and will always be a float and contain only float values, so 12L MUST be converted to a float in order to get stuffed into f.
So it seems, to me, that the Mock Test's verbiage of "widening conversion from long to float" is accurate.
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Thanks, that eases things, yes your right, but I still think they could have worded it a little better in their description!
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subject: In need of clarification of wording in an SCJA Mock question.