Chap3 - Chapter 3 Numerical Data Topics Variables Numeric...

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Chapter 3 Numerical Data
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Topics Variables Numeric data types Assignment Expressions
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Numeric Data and Operations So far, our programs have used only String data It is common to use computers for numeric calculations We can write literal numbers into our programs - just write the number We need a way to store numeric data - variables
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Variables In mathematical expressions, we often use x and y to represent unknown values and to make a placeholder for many different values y = x 2 + 5 A variable is used in a similar way in a program A variables has a Java identifier for a name.
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Variables In the last chapter, we declared variables whose location stored the address of an object Now we need to learn to declare variables to store numeric data. A declaration sets aside memory locations to store data values. These memory locations are called variables , and x and y are the names we associate with the memory locations. As before, we need to say what kind of data the variable represents.
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Variables A variable has three properties: A memory location to store the value. The type of data stored in the memory location. The name used to refer to the memory location.
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Variable Declarations The syntax for declaring variables is <data type> <variables>; where <variables> is a sequence of identifiers separated by commas. Every variable we use in a program must be declared.
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Numeric Types There are six numeric data types in Java: We nee to be able to use two basic kinds of numbers. We have several types for each kind of number to allow for different ranges
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Chap3 - Chapter 3 Numerical Data Topics Variables Numeric...

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