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13. Java Syntax

Contents:
Primitive Data Types
Character Escape Sequences
Operators
Modifiers
Reserved Words
Java Documentation Comment Syntax

13.1 Primitive Data Types

Java supports a complete set of primitive data types, listed in Table 13.1. In Java, the size of each type is defined by the language, and is not implementation dependent, as it is in C.

Table 13.1: Java Primitive Data Types
        Min Value
Type Contains Default Size Max Value
boolean true or false false 1 bit N.A.
        N.A.
char Unicode character \u0000 16 bits \u0000
        \uFFFF
byte signed integer 0 8 bits -128
        127
short signed integer 0 16 bits -32768
        32767
int signed integer 0 32 bits -2147483648
        2147483647
long signed integer 0 64 bits -9223372036854775808
        9223372036854775807
float IEEE 754 0.0 32 bits +/-3.40282347E+38
  floating-point     +/-1.40239846E-45
double IEEE 754 0.0 64 bits +/-1.79769313486231570E+308
  floating-point     +/-4.94065645841246544E-324


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