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4.16 Constant Expressions

A constant expression is an expression that always produces the same result. More precisely, a constant expression is an expression that produces a pure value of a primitive data type and is only composed of the following:

Note that expressions that use ++, - -, and instanceof are not constant expressions. Also note that expressions that produce or contain references to objects that are not String objects are never constant expressions.

The compiler generally evaluates a constant expression and substitutes the result for the expression during the compilation process.

References Additive Operators; Bitwise/Logical Operators; Boolean Operators; Casts; Conditional Operator; Equality Comparison Operators; Interface Variables; Local Variables; Literals; Multiplicative Operators; Relational Comparison Operators; Shift Operators; Unary Operators; Variables

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