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Variables, Expressions and Arithmetic Operators in JAVA. Lecture #3 manish@cse.iitb.ac.in. Variables . A variables can be considered as a name given to the location in memory where values are stored. One syntax of variable declaration dataType variableName;

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### Variables, Expressions and Arithmetic Operators in JAVA

Lecture #3

manish@cse.iitb.ac.in

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Variables
• A variables can be considered as a name given to the location in memory where values are stored.
• One syntax of variable declaration

dataType variableName;

• Do you imagine that the variable can change its value – yes, that is why it is called as variable.
• Is the following variable name is legal: GrandTotal ? Suggest good name for it?

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Variable Names and Keywords
• Use only the characters 'a' through 'z', 'A' through 'Z', '0' through '9', character '_', and character '\$'. A name can’t contain space character.
• Do not start with a digit. A name can be of any length.
• Upper and lower case count as different characters. So  SUM  and  Sum  are different names.
• A name can not be a reserved word.
• A name must not already be in use in this part of the program.
• A reserved word is a word which has a predefined meaning in Java. For example int, double, true, and import are reserved words.

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Questions on Variable Names
• int good-bye;
• int shrift = 0;
• char thisMustBeTooLong;
• int bubble = 0,toil = 9, trouble = 8
• int 8ball;
• int double;

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• int good-bye; //bad variable name
• int shrift = 0; //OK
• char thisMustBeTooLong; //OK in syntax //but poor choice in variable name
• int bubble = 0,toil = 9, trouble = 8

// “;” missing at the end

• int double; //double is a reserve word

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Expressions
• An expression is a combination of constants (like 100), operators ( like +), variables(section of memory) and parentheses ( like “(” and “)” ) used to calculate a value.
• x = 1; y = 100 + x;
• This is the stuff that you know from algebra, like: (32 - y) / (x + 5)
• There are rules for this, but best rule is that an expression must look OK as algebra.
• Based on what you know about algebra, what is the value of 12 - 4/2 + 2 ?
• Spaces don’t much matter.

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Arithmetic Operators
• What is the value of –12 + 3
• An arithmetic operator is a symbol that asks for doing some arithmetic.

OperatorMeaning Precedence

- Unary minus highest

+ Unary Plus highest

* Multiplication middle

/ Division middle

% Modulus middle

- Subtraction low

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basicOperation.java

class basicOperation {

//arithmetic using variables

public static void main() {

int a = 1+ 1;

int b = 3 * 3;

int c = 1 + 8/ 4;

int d = -2;

System.out.println( “a = ” + a);

System.out.println(“b = ” + b);

System.out.println(“c = ” + c);

System.out.println(“d = ” + d);

}

}

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basicMath.java

class basicMath {

//arithmetic using variables

public static void main() {

int a = 1+ 3;

int b = a * 3;

int c = b / 4;

int d = c – a;

int e = -d;

System.out.println( “a = ” + a);

System.out.println(“b = ” + b);

System.out.println(“c = ” + c);

System.out.println(“d = ” + d);

System.out.println(“e = ” + e);

}

}

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Parentheses
• Difference between -1 * ( 9 - 2 ) * 3 and -1 * 9 - 2 * 3
• To say exactly what numbers go with each operator, use parentheses.
• Nested Parentheses: The expression is evaluated starting at the most deeply nested set of parentheses (the "innermost set"), and then working outward until there are no parentheses left. If there are several sets of parentheses at the same level, they are evaluated left to right.
• ( ( ( 32 - 16 ) / ( 2 * 2 ) ) - ( 4 - 8 ) ) + 7
• Are arithmetic expressions the only kind of expression?

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intergerDivision.java

class integerDivision {

public static void main ( String[] args ) {

System.out.println("The result is: " + (1/2 + 1/2) );

}

}

• What is the value of 99/100 ?
• Change print statement to “print” (1.0/2 + 1/ 2 .0)

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final reserve word

class calculateTax {

public static void main ( String[] arg ) {

l final char c = ‘A’; f

final int count = 0;

. . . . . .

}

}

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Assignment No.1
• Write a program that averages the synsets created for three months April, May and June. Declare and initialize variable to the synset entered for each month. Compute the average and write out the results, something like this:

Synsets Entered for April: 12

Synsets Entered for May : 14

Synsets Entered for June: 8

Average Synset Entered: 11.333333

Check that your program prints the correct results.

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Assignment No. 2
• Write a program that computes summation of 1 to n numbers where n can be any positive number. Declare and initialize variables and print the output as

Value of n is : 5

Sum of first 5 positive numbers : 15

Check the correctness of the result.

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