Because variables in Java are strictly typed, a common task is to want to convert the value in one variable to that of another type. For instance, if we have a String that contains the text of a number, we need to convert it to a numeric variable before we can perform calculations on it. This process of conversion is known as casting.
The following shows you how to cast between the common data types.
// Given these variables byte b = 1; short s = 2; int i = 3; long l = 4; float f = 5.0F; double d = 6.0; String s1 = "4"; String s2 = "5.3"; char c = '7'; // Single quotes for char // To integers int num1 = Integer.parseInt( s1 ); int num2 = Integer.parseInt( s2 ); // RUN TIME ERROR int num3 = (int)f; int num4 = (int)d; int num5 = (int)l; int num6 = (int)c; // To long long l1 = Long.parseLong( s1 ); long l2 = Long.parseLong( s2 ); // RUN TIME ERROR long l3 = (long)f; long l4 = (long)d; long l5 = (long)l; long l6 = (long)c; // To float float fl1 = Float.parseFloat( s1 ); float fl2 = Float.parseFloat( s2 ); float fl3 = (float)i; float fl4 = (float)l; float fl5 = (float)d; float fl6 = (float)c; // To doubles double do1 = Double.parseDouble( s1 ); double do2 = Double.parseDouble( s2 ); double do3 = (double)i; double do4 = (double)l; double do5 = (double)d; double do6 = (double)c; // To strings String str1 = Integer.toString( i ); String str2 = Float.toString( f ); String str3 = Double.toString( d ); String str4 = Long.toString( l ); String str5 = Character.toString( c );
double d = 78.1; int fg = (int)d; System.out.println(fg);
int p = 3; double d = 10.3; int j = (int)5.9; System.out.println(p + p * d – 3 * j);
double j = 61/3;. What small change can you make to this single line of code to make it print the “real” answer to the division?