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do the unary operators operate on single values or double values? e.g +2 isn't this an unary operator? and as i can see it is operating on a single value because i know that it includes ++ -- + = etc according to complete java2 certification guide i took one mock exam which i forgot the name and it said that unary operators operate on a double value please clarify it for me thanks
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Originally posted by kelest: it said that unary operators operate on a double value please clarify it for me
Perhaps it meant the *datatype* double (as in +2.45)?
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