Binary Literals in Java – Java 7 Feature


Binary literals are new highlights in Java 7. As all of you realize that we can compose basic sorts (byte, short, int, and long) in Binary and Hexadecimal arrangements. Be that as it may, from Java 7 onwards we can compose these numbers in parallel arrangement moreover. The number ought to be prefixed with 0b or 0B to be treated as double literal.

Binary Literals in Java

This include is useful to bit-oriented frameworks like processors, arrange conventions and bitmapped equipment gadget. Prior the developers used to change from double to decimal/hexadecimal and the other way around. Utilizing this element will evacuate this change and odds of blunder will be less in this conversion.

Also, the code utilizing bitwise tasks will be increasingly clear with this feature.

Let's see paired literals in real life with a straightforward java program:

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bundle com.journaldev.util; public class Java7Literals { public static void main(String[] args) { int i=0b0111; byte b=(byte) 0b0111; long l=(long) 0B0111L; System.out.println("i="+i); System.out.println("b="+b); System.out.println("l="+l); } }

Output of the above program is:

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i=7 b=7 l=7 x=7





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