Representing Whole Numbers in Java – Learn Java #4

In this tutorial, we discuss the use of integers in the Java programming language for storing and manipulating whole numbers. We will also explore why floats and doubles, although capable of being set to “whole number” values – should not be used for storing whole numbers. The integer data type is ideal for whole number numerical data representation, and by the end of this video tutorial you should understand exactly why!

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7 responses to “Representing Whole Numbers in Java – Learn Java #4”

  1. jd030517 Avatar

    what are integers used for? and you did not really explain what int1 int 2 and int 3 means what are they used for tho???

  2. Greg Page Avatar

    These videos are great. I'm following along while also working through some text material (Learning Java, O'Reilly). It's nice to see how the videos and the text reinforce each other — great for learning.

  3. Claude Martin Avatar

    You forgot the octal number system.

  4. mauigio Avatar

    I love your structure, very quick short bursts of input for the viewer, to me thats smart, aids in longer retention, and like you said allows for the Java coder to quickly adopt new leanings immediately

  5. TheJgamer HD Avatar

    Your intro and outro are LOUD!

  6. Jason Leeds Avatar

    Thanks man. I really enjoy these videos! Keep up the good work.

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