Java Fundamentals

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Subject: Java Fundamentals


    Topics:
    1. Primitive Data Types for Variables
      • Integer
      • Floating
      • Character
      • Boolean
    2. Data Types - Size in Bits - Min Value - Max Value - Literal Format
    3. Integer Types:
      • long type: uses literal formal 'L'
    4. Floating Types:
      • float type: uses literal format 'f'
      • double type: uses literal format 'd'
    5. Character Types:
      • Literal values are stored in single quotes.
      • Also stores unicode characters.
    6. Boolean Types:
      • Stores either True or False
    7. Primitive Data Types are stored by Value.




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