# Which of the following operations might throw an ArithmeticException? : Questions « Operators « SCJP

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2.15.23.Which of the following operations might throw an ArithmeticException?
 A.      + B.      - C.      * D.      / E.      None of these
 2.15.Questions 2.15.1. Is it legal: String x = "Hello"; int y = 9; if (x == y) {} 2.15.2. Answer: int, string and if statement 2.15.3. Is it legal: String x = "Hello"; int y = 9; x = x + y; 2.15.4. Answer: int, string and plus 2.15.5. Is it legal: String x = "Hello"; int y = 9; y = y + x; 2.15.6. Answer: string plus int 2.15.7. What is -8 % 5? 2.15.8. Answer: negative % positive 2.15.9. What is 7 % -4? 2.15.10. Answer: positive % negative 2.15.11. What does the following code do? (if (i != null && i.intValue() == 5)) 2.15.12. Answer: && and condition statement 2.15.13. Is it possible to define a class called MyClass as the following? 2.15.14. Answer: equals method definition 2.15.15. When a byte is added to a char, what is the type of the result? 2.15.16. Answer: byte + char 2.15.17. When a short is added to a float, what is the type of the result? 2.15.18. Answer: short + float 2.15.19. What is the result for i ^ i; 2.15.20. Answer: i ^ i 2.15.21. Which of the following operations might throw an ArithmeticException(shifting)? 2.15.22. Answer: shifting and ArithmeticException 2.15.23. Which of the following operations might throw an ArithmeticException? 2.15.24. Answer: math operator and ArithmeticException 2.15.25. What is the return type of the instanceof operator? 2.15.26. Answer: instanceof operator and return type
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