Java 2 : the complete reference by Patrick Naughton; Herbert Schildt

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However, because the operands were automatically promoted to int when the expression was evaluated, the result has also been promoted to int. Thus, the result of the expression is now of type int, which cannot be assigned to a byte without the use of a cast. This is true even if, as in this particular case, the value being assigned would still fit in the target type. In cases where you understand the consequences of overflow, you should use an explicit cast, such as byte b = 50; b = (byte)(b * 2); which yields the correct value of 100.

Int count; Here is another important point to remember: variables are created when their scope is entered, and destroyed when their scope is left. This means that a variable will not hold its value once it has gone out of scope. Therefore, variables declared within a method will not hold their values between calls to that method. Also, a variable declared within a block will lose its value when the block is left. Thus, the lifetime of a variable is confined to its scope. If a variable declaration includes an initializer, then that variable will be reinitialized each time the block in which it is declared is entered.

As you will see later in this book, blocks of code have additional properties and uses. However, the main reason for their existence is to create logically inseparable units of code. Lexical Issues Now that you have seen several short Java programs, it is time to more formally describe the atomic elements of Java. Java programs are a collection of whitespace, identifiers, comments, literals, operators, separators, and keywords. The operators are described in the next chapter. The others are described next.

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