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integer/integeral type?????

Janet Yap

Joined: Mar 13, 2004
Posts: 24
According to Marcus Green exam ::3
Q no -24
Which of the following statements are true??.
1) The following statements will produce a result 1.
System.out.println(-1 >>> 2);
2)Performing and unsigned leftshift (<<<) on negative number will always produce negative number result.

3)The following output will produce a result of zero,
4) All integer premitive in java are signed numbers.

The answer given is only 3. I aggred that 3 is right but why not 4 ???.
If incase of integer if they mentioned integral then its ok, but integer primitive are byte,short,int,long.
Please correct me if i'm wrong ???

deekasha gunwant
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Joined: May 06, 2000
Posts: 396
Hi sp,
char is included in integer primitive. & it is signed .so option 4) is wrong.
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