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kapil munjal
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Joined: May 11, 2004
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Hi,

I found this question in whizlabs mocks.

byte b = (byte) 256;

System.out.println(b);

Value of b printed as _________.


Explanation of the answer is

"Since the integer's value (256) is larger than the byte's range (-128 to +127), the result is the remainder of the division of the integer value by the byte's range (256) which is zero"

I have not been able to understand the explanation of this answer.

I was thinking the solution in this way.....

00000000 00000000 00000001 00000000 (256 in Decimal)

when we cast it to byte then we are left with only the first 8 bits.

00000000

so after casting and after removing the other 24 bits, it will be 0.

I hope my method of doing it is right.

But I have not been able to understand the explanation of WHIZLABS mock.

Please someone explain that way of finding the value.

Thanks
Kaps


Kapil Munjal
SCJP 1.4, SCWCD 1.4
Corey McGlone
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Joined: Dec 20, 2001
Posts: 3271
Kapil,

Your method is just fine. In addition, you can check out this SCJP Tipline article for more details.


SCJP Tipline, etc.
Abhijeet Nagre
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Joined: Oct 05, 2004
Posts: 4
Hi,

See 14 in binary is 1110

if you take only 1 LSB Bit the Ans is : 0
if you divide 14 BY 2(2 raise to 1) Ans is : 0

Simillerly,
if you take only 3 LSB Bits the Ans is : 6
and if you divide 14 BY 8(2 raise to 3) Ans is : 6

So when you take LSB Bits you indirectly divide the original no
By no which is 2 raise to the no of Bits you are removing.
 
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