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6/4/2019 CS 1102 - AY2019-T4: Discussion Assignment 1/38 Home My courses CS 1102 - AY2019-T4 11 April - 17 April Discussion Forum Unit 1 Discussion Assignment Subscribe HOME CONTACT US RESOURCES LINKS FACULTY MY COURSES MENU     Search forums Discussion Assignment by Eric Goh (Instructor) - Wednesday, 10 April 2019, 7:00 PM Describe the function of each of the following Java operators: ++ && != %= 10 words Permalink | Reply Re: Discussion Assignment

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6/4/2019 CS 1102 - AY2019-T4: Discussion Assignment 2/38 by Michael Andersen - Saturday, 13 April 2019, 1:54 AM ++ is the increment operator is represents adding 1 to a variable. For example, z = z + 1 is the same as z++. The latter is much shorter and convenient to use. && represents AND in Java and is a boolean operator. So if you wanted to test whether the value of two things are true (e.g., a > 10 && b > 100), then you could use &&. If both are true (i.e., if both a > 10 and b > 100 are true), and only if both are true, then the expression is true. If one or both are false, then the expression is false. != is the opposite of == and means "is not equal to." It is also a boolean operator. For example, the expression a != b is true if a is not equal to be, and is false if a is equal to b. %= is a type of assignment operator. A %= B is the same as A = A % B. But then what is %? The % operator is used for computing the remainder when one number is divided by another. For example, 10 % 3 = 1 because the remainder of 10/3 is 1. 187 words Permalink | Show parent | Reply Re: Discussion Assignment by Phong Duong - Monday, 15 April 2019, 6:18 PM Good work, Michael. Your explanation is clear and understandable. Keep going. 11 words Permalink | Show parent | Reply Re: Discussion Assignment by Dalton Overlin - Tuesday, 16 April 2019, 6:07 AM Michael. Your response is concise, and fully answers the question of what all four of these Java operators do. I also like your description of the modulus operator, it makes it simple to understand what this operator does. As a matter of fact this operator is one of my favorites, because its so interesting to how it works which makes me wonder all the ways it can be used to solve complex problems. 73 words Permalink | Show parent | Reply Re: Discussion Assignment
6/4/2019 CS 1102 - AY2019-T4: Discussion Assignment 3/38 by Jason Campbell - Tuesday, 16 April 2019, 6:16 AM Nice! Your explanation looks nicer than mine haha 8 words Permalink | Show parent | Reply Re: Discussion Assignment by Mark Rajour Nfon - Wednesday, 17 April 2019, 7:46 AM Hello Michael Great post mate, your answer was short, concise, simple and straight to point. I have learned from your work regarding the functions of the various operators used in java. Indeed you have clearly understood what the various operators used in java are as well as their functions. Thanks for sharing your ideas with us mate.

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