In this example you will learn what is identifier and primitive data types of a identifier. This tutorials will teach you how to use these identifier in you java programming. Identifier is is a simple variable name which is defined as the value container. The type of value stored by identifier is defined by the special java keyword is termed as primitive data type.
In the given example there are some identifiers have been used like byteident, shortident, intident, longident, charident, stringident, floatident, doubleident. And there are some primitive data types of used identifiers have been also used in the program like byte, short, int, long, float, double, char and String.
All the data type has it's own capacity to keep the maximum value. Which have been mentioned below :
||Byte-length integer||8-bit two's complement|
||Short integer||16-bit two's complement|
||Integer||32-bit two's complement|
||Long integer||64-bit two's complement|
||Single-precision floating point||32-bit IEEE 754|
||Double-precision floating point||64-bit IEEE 754|
||A single character||16-bit Unicode character|
||A boolean value (
||true or false|
Code of the Program :
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