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1. Elegant way to match an int to an enum where each enum type corresponds to a range    stackoverflow.com

I am trying to think of an elegant way to solve this problem in Java: Given an int of 0-100 what is an elegant way to turn it into an enum where ...

2. print range of integers in descending or ascending order in java    stackoverflow.com

I have an upper bound and a lower bound and I want to return all number number between the bounds including the bounds. I know python has a range function ...

3. How to auto generate overlapping integers in a certain range    stackoverflow.com

If the number range is 0 - 10. I would like to generate the following numbers


unique 5 numbers [3, 8, 5, 1, 9]
unique 3 numbers [2, 6, 5]
5 numbers of ...

4. doubt with range of int variable    stackoverflow.com

i have a doubt with the range of int value

int x=2147483647;     /*NO Error--this number is the maximum range 

5. beginner java - how to check if integer is in a given range?    stackoverflow.com

Hoping for something more elegant than

if (i>0 && i<100) 

6. how to check the int range in java and limit it only 5digits    stackoverflow.com

Please help with my assignment. Here is the question:

Create a separate test driver class called TestEmployeePayroll that will test the EmployeePayroll class by performing the following: ...

7. Get random integer in range (x, y]?    stackoverflow.com

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Java: generating random number in a range
How do I generate a random integer i, such that i belongs to (0,10]? I tried to use ...

9. integer range    coderanch.com

If an integer multiplication overflows, then the result is the low-order bits of the mathematical product as represented in some sufficiently large two's-complement format. As a result, if overflow occurs, then the sign of the result may not be the same as the sign of the mathematical product of the two operand values.

10. Assign a range to an integer variable    coderanch.com

12. Need help assigning range for an integer for subtracting time.    forums.oracle.com

package timetravel; /** * * @author Jeff */ import java.io.*; import java.util.*; public class Main { /** * @param args the command line arguments */ public static void main(String[] args) { int hours, minutes, seconds, hoursback, minutesback, secondsback; Scanner keyboard = new Scanner (System.in); System.out.println("Hi Marty!"); System.out.println("Enter current hour:"); hours = keyboard.nextInt(); System.out.println("Enter current minute:"); minutes = keyboard.nextInt(); System.out.println("Enter current second:"); ...

13. Detecting if an int is out of range    forums.oracle.com