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Answer / ranganathkini
No "sizeof" is not a keyword in the Java Programming Language
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Answer / interviewall
The Keywords used in Java for getting the size of a string
or an array is either String.length() or size(), which
returns a Integer.
sizeOf() is not a keyword!
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Answer / dany
sizeof is not a keyword in java it is an operator.
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Answer / mohd amir
It is not a keyword
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Answer / ravikiran(aptech mumbai)
No it's an unused reserved word
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Answer / vinod
it is a method can be used to find the size of Collection
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Answer / usama
no its command thats return the number of the bytes
forinstance and its mostlly used in arrays ..i hope u can
find out more (but for more its reserved in side c so in
fact its keyward or command when u write it you will see
the color blue which means thats reserved keyward) i hope
its can help ..
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