Java_Algebra

# Java_Algebra - How to Perform Simple Algebra in Java Topics...

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Page 1-9 How to Perform Simple Algebra in Java Topics 1. Arithmetic Operators 2. Unary and Binary Assignment Operators 3. Compiling Sourcecode and Running Bytecode 1. Assignment and Arithmetic Operators i. Usual Assignment Operator Let's first review the usual assignment operator " = " int a = 3; a = a+5; The old value of 3, is replaced by 8. It is an integer type variable. ii. Special Assignment Operators: " += " These special assignment operators are mostly just convenient shorthands. They are used so frequently by master programmers that you need to learn them to be able to understand, edit or improve existing programs. Q: What are the resulting values for a, b and c? int a, b, c; a = 3; b = 4; c = 5; a += 5; b += c;

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Page 3-9 iii. Other Binary Assignment Operators += -= *= /= %= In all cases the variabsles on the left and right are combined and the result is stored in the left variable – replacing the previous value. Recall % denotes the remainder operator. For example: 7%4 returns 3.
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• Fall '07
• RobinCarr
• Special assignment, relational operator, assignment operators, Binary Assignment Operators, usual assignment operator

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