## What is the largest integer in Java?

The **int** type in **Java** can be used to represent any whole number from -2147483648 to 2147483647. Why those numbers? **Integers in Java** are represented in 2’s complement binary and each **integer** gets 32 bits of space.

## How large can an int be?

Integer Types

Type | Storage size | Value range |
---|---|---|

int | 2 or 4 bytes |
-32,768 to 32,767 or -2,147,483,648 to 2,147,483,647 |

unsigned int | 2 or 4 bytes |
0 to 65,535 or 0 to 4,294,967,295 |

short | 2 bytes |
-32,768 to 32,767 |

unsigned short | 2 bytes |
0 to 65,535 |

## What is bigger than an int in Java?

byte 1 byte -128 to 127. short 2 bytes -32,768 to 32,767. **int** 4 bytes -2,147,483,648 to 2,147,483,647.

## Is there long int in Java?

**The int** and **long** data types in **Java**

**Java** provides **a** number of numeric data types while **int** and **long** are among those. **The int** and **long** are primitive data types; **the int** takes 32 bits or four bytes of memory while **long** takes 64 bits or 8 bytes.

## Is Max a keyword in Java?

**max**() function is an inbuilt function in **Java** which returns **maximum** of two numbers. The arguments are taken in int, double, float and long. If a negative and a positive number is passed as argument then the positive result is generated.

## What is Max in Java?

The **max**() is a method of Integer class under **Java**. This method numerically returns the **maximum** value between the two method arguments specified by a user. This method can be overloaded and it takes the arguments in int, double, float and long. This method is specified by the Math Class.

## What is bigger than long long int?

If you need to store exact integer values that won’t fit in ‘**long long**‘, gcc offers the type __int128. If you need to store **larger** numbers but don’t need to store the **larger** values exactly, you can use float or double: These can represent numbers of much **larger** magnitude, but with less precision.

## Why int is 2 or 4 bytes?

The size of an **int** is really compiler dependent. Back in the day, when processors were 16 bit, an **int** was **2 bytes**. Nowadays, it’s most often **4 bytes** on a 32-bit as well as 64-bit systems. Still, using sizeof(**int**) is the best way to get the size of an integer for the specific system the program is executed on.

## How high can an int go?

**int** minimal range is -32,767 to 32,767. long **int** minimal range is -2,147,483,647 to 2,147,483,647. float minimal range is 1E-37 to 1E+37, with six digits of precision. double minimal range is 1E-37 to 1E+37, with ten digits of precision.

## Is Long bigger than int Java?

When we want to store a value **bigger than int** range, we should use **long** type. With **long**, we can store up to a 19 digit number. (in C, **long** is a data modifier but in **Java long** is a data type). When using a constant **bigger than int** range, we should suffix it with ‘l’ or ‘L’ to indicate it to be a **long** value.

## What is L in Long Java?

The **L** suffix tells the compiler that we have a **long** number literal. **Java** byte, short, int and **long** types are used do represent fixed precision numbers. This means that they can represent a limited amount of integers. The largest integer number that a **long** type can represent is 9223372036854775807.

## What does float a 35 0 return mean?

10) **What does the expression float a = 35** / **0 return**? Explanation: In Java, whenever we divide any number (double, **float**, and long except integer) by **zero**, it results in infinity. But on dividing an integer by **zero**, it throws a runtime exception, i.e., java.lang.ArithmeticException.

## How do you convert long to int?

**Let’s see the simple code to convert Long to int in java.**

- public class LongToIntExample2{
- public static void main(String args[]){
**Long**l= new**Long**(10);**int**i=l.intValue();- System.out.println(i);
- }}

## What is byte [] in Java?

The **Java byte** keyword is a primitive data type. It is used to declare variables. It can also be used with methods to return **byte** value. It can hold an 8-bit signed two’s complement integer.

## What is the difference between long and int in Java?

**Long** is the Object form of **long, and Integer** is the object form of **int**. The **long** uses 64 bits. Another **difference** is that **long and int** are pass-by-value, whereas **Long and Integer** are pass-by-reference value, like all non-primitive **Java** types.