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This shows something interesting about addition of byte variables
This shows something interesting about addition of byte variables
    
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/**
 * This shows something interesting about addition of "byte" variables
 * (which also applies to all integer types).
 */
public class ByteAdd {
  public static void main(String[] argv) {
    System.out.println("ByteAdd Program");
    // bytes are signed integer, so can range from -127 to +127
    byte b1 = 10, b2 = 127;  
    System.out.println("b1 + b2 = " (b1+b2));
    b1 = 127;
    System.out.println("b1 + b2 = " (b1+b2));
  }
}


           
         
    
    
    
  
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