1. On a 64-bit machine is the size of an int in Java 32 bits or 64 bits? stackoverflow.com
On a 64-bit machine is the size of an int in Java 32 bits or 64 bits?
2. what the difference between the float and integer data type when the size is same in java? stackoverflow.com
what the difference between the float and integer data type when the size is same in java?
3. java int size fixed or variable? stackoverflow.com
Is integer size in java of fixed length or variable size? ex: 1 or 10000 does both the number takes same space during allocation?
4. Int size and double size coderanch.com
Programming languages always get me wondering why they are written how the are. You know how the size of a string is pretty much unbounded? Well how come they couldn't make a special type of int that is unbounded? Recently I've been dealing with huge integers that I can only deal with using strings, but strings are sized a byte per ...
5. Creating int but size needes to vary java-forums.org
I need to create an int array in which the size needs to vary, is there a class that suits my needs so that I don't need to write something myself? As a bit of background: The values for this array are coming out of a SQL ResultSet. I should only need a single int from each record (could change later ...
6. size of int and char on different processors in java? forums.oracle.com
7. anomaly in int size forums.oracle.com
8. Int Size forums.oracle.com
Hi all, The size of int is 32 bits, and the following output is the factorial. Until 13 the size of the factorial was no problem. Anyway, my question is: I want to know why this is happening. OR, why they don't just throw exception or produce 0? And, what is the story of (-)? factorial 14! = 1278945280 factorial 15! ...