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# Good one..... ( System.out.println() )

Greenhorn
Posts: 28
Guess the ans............

System.out.println(5+4+3*2+" equals "+5+4+3*2);
scroll down to see the ans.......

15 equals 546
It is just for information... If anybody needs explanation, come and burn it with fire.............
Anyone interested in Overriding question see the Tricky one............. by me again.......
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It is chilling cold out here, Start burning ur wood ranchians.....
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Jorma Koistinen
Greenhorn
Posts: 7
Guess the ans...
public class Have{
private Have(){
int x=1702845791;
int y=014537656537;
int a=0x657f5d5e;
int b=014537656540;
System.out.println(this.getClass().getName()+" "+Integer.
toHexString(x--<<(y-->>>(a++/x*x++^--a))/(b++>>>(y--/--a))).
toUpperCase());
}
public static void main(String[]_){
new Have();
}
}</code>
jorma

Randall Twede
Ranch Hand
Posts: 4363
2
i think the first part of an overloaded + has to be a String

Ranch Hand
Posts: 62
Have CAFEBABE

Greenhorn
Posts: 28
Have some CAFE JORMA.
That was really good one....... Could u also throw some light on it by dissecting it a bit.
Hope to hear from u soon......
( Try the one on Overriding with subject as Tricy One...........)
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Ajith Kallambella
Sheriff
Posts: 5782
Isn't this one same as the old post??
Ajith

Jorma Koistinen
Greenhorn
Posts: 7
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I try to throw some light to this code.
The Operator precedence is the only thing to look at:
Operators listed from highest precedence to lowest:
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GroupOperators
postfix operators <code>[] . (params) expr++ expr--</code>
unary operators <code>++expr --expr +expr -expr ~ !</code>
creation or cast <code>new (type)expr</code>
multiplicative <code>* / %</code>
shift <code><< >> >>></code>
relational <code>< > >= <= instanceof</code> <tr><td>equality <td><code>== !=</code> <tr><td>bitwise AND <td><code>&</code> <tr><td>bitwise exclusive XOR <td><code>^</code> <tr><td>bitwise inclusive OR <td><code>|</code> <tr><td>logical AND <td><code>&&</code> <tr><td>logical OR <td><code>| |</code> <tr><td>conditional <td><code>?:</code> <tr><td>assignment <td><code>= += -= *= /= %= >>= <<= >>>= &= ^= |=</code>

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public class Have{
private Have(){
int x=1702845791; //Decimal = 0xcafebabe/2
int y=014537656537; //Octal = 0xcafebabe/2
int a=0x657f5d5e; //Hex = 0xcafebabe/2 -1
int b=014537656540; //Octal 0xcafebabe/2 +1
/*
System.out.println(this.getClass().getName()+" "+Integer.
toHexString(x--<<(y-->>>(a++/x*x++^--a))/(b++>>>(y--/--a))).
toUpperCase());
*/
//(x--<<(y-->>>(a++/x*x++^--a))/(b++>>>(y--/--a)))
//Splitting this Monster to smaller pieces in this order:

x--; //From left to right
y--;
int par1=(a++/x*x++^--a);//First parenthes to count
int par2=(y>>>par1); //Unsigned shift
b++;
int par3=(y--/--a);
int par4=(b>>>par3);
int par5=(par2/par4);//Integer division= 1
int par6=(x<<par5); >
//Overflow OOps !! ??
//I didn't ment that way x<<1 = x*2

System.out.println(this.getClass().getName()+" "+Integer.
toHexString(par6).toUpperCase());
}
public static void main(String[]_){
new Have();
}
}
I hope this helps
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