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Is Java has any unsigned words??

 
Raams Raj
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Hi

Is Java has any unsigned words?? if it there means, How it is used??
 
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Java doesn't support unsigned (primative) data types, but I guess you can create a class that does something similar.

The only unsigned data type is the "char" type, but that is not really for numbers.

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All the primitve data types are signed in Java. There's one exception the char. Maybe that is exactly what you need:
primitive types
 
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There is a manual for the predecessor of the Java language here. Look at the top left corner of page 8.
 
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