anonymous
  • anonymous
Assume the following declarations: int integer; double preciseReal; float sloppyReal; long bigInteger; Rewrite the following statement using an appropriate cast that makes the error go away bigInteger = sloppyReal;
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mathmate
  • mathmate
If you would like to cast a float (hours) to an int (iHours), you would write: iHours=(int)hours; but beware that the fractional part of hours will be truncated, i.e. no proper rounding. Other castings can be done similarly. Note that inversely an integer can be "promoted" to a float automatically without casting. A detailed explanation is given at the link below: http://www.myhowto.org/java/60-understanding-the-primitive-numeric-type-conversions-in-java/

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