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Joined: Sep 26, 2003
Nov 03, 2003 01:15:00
What is the result of the following expression ?
(byte) (Byte.MAX_VALUE + 1) == Byte.MIN_VALUE
This will print true.
Can some one help me to find the reason why it prints true.
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Joined: Jul 03, 2001
Nov 03, 2003 01:30:00
Byte.MAX_VALUE is 127 , that is 0x7f
Byte.MIN_VALUE is -128 , that is 0x80
0x7f + 1 = 0x80
A simple knowledge about binary, hexadecimal and two's complement is necessary for the exam. Read about them in the web or maybe just search in the Ranch
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