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1. Error:Integer number too large:600851475143

Hi I have written this code: but it will show this error for this line : obj.function(600851475143);

public class Three {
    public static void main(String[] args) {

2. why 09 is a too large integer number?

They think it is:

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Integer with leading zeroes
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3. integer number too large:

Im storing dates in a table using System.currentTimeMillis() format. To read them back I tried this Date currentDatetime = new Date(1133382920156); SimpleDateFormat formatter = new SimpleDateFormat("hh:mm dd-MMMM-yyyy zz" ); String myDate = formatter.format(currentDatetime); Then display myDate. But im getting integer number too large: error: It works fine if I do this. Date currentDatetime = new Date(System.currentTimeMillis()); SimpleDateFormat formatter = new SimpleDateFormat("hh:mm ...

4. Integer too large?

I am currently getting the following error message: C:\java\PoliceDatabase>javac .\ integer number too large: 0181 if ( (newDate < 0181) && (newDate >1220) ) ^ 1 error Could someone explain to me why 0181 is to large? The range as I understand it for an integer is: -2147,483648 to 2,147483,647 which surely means 0181 is fine?

5. integer number too large

6. integer number too large

Hi Experts, I was trying a program to convert the miliseconds we get after from date object (Post Jan 1970) to date object again. Here what I was trying and I am getting interger number too large error. I am using long datatype though. Please advice. import java.util.*; import java.text.*; public class MillisecondToDate { public static void main(String[] args)throws Exception { ...

7. integer number too large

Does that mean if you declare a long and the number is still within an Integer value its actually an int and not a long? You're abusing terminology here. Let me rephrase: "Does that mean that a numeric literal is of integer primitive type even if its value lies outside the range of the integer primitives?" Yes. You have to explicitly ...

9. Integer number too large? - Mike Myatt

Just anticipating your next question: If you write this: long big = 100000000000; You will get a compile-time error message such as "integer number too large: 100000000000". You must suffix the literal value with L for long: long big = 100000000000L; If you want to dirve anyone else who looks at your code crazy, lowercase L does the same thing: long ...

10. integer number too large????