Can we add two byte variables and assign the result to a
byte variable ?
b=b1+b2 where b,b1,b2 are byte types
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Answer / rajesh
Yes,the following is the right way to do so
byte b1=21;byte b2=11;
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Answer / m. abhishek
yes, but u require type casting because the the binary
operation in java should atleast returns Integer values
// byte c=a+b; //Not OK,bcoz a+b is an int value
int c=(byte)a+b; // OK
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Answer / ashish ranjan
No We cannot add two byte variables directly. The reason behind is the operator '+' is used to perform integer operation. so the variables are automatically promoted to the integer when we perform any arithmetic operation.
so we need to typecast the variables
b= (byte)(b1 + b2);
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Answer / guest
yes.But you have to cast that variable before adding.
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