Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Logical NOT operator

The third type of logical operator ! applies to one boolean operands and the result is the inverse of the operand value.So if the value of a boolean variable state, is true then the expression ! state has the value false and if it is false then ! state valuates true. To see how the operators is used with an expression you could rewrite the code fragment you used to provide discounted ticket price as follow.

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How to use Logical OR operator

The OR operators, | and || apply when you want a true result if either or both of the operands are true. The logical OR , || , has a simile effect to the logical AND in that it omits the evaluation of the right hand operands when the left hand operands is true.Obviously if the left hand operands is the result will be true regardless weather the right operand is true of false.

The effect is to reduce ticket price by 10 percent if  either condition is true.
With an || operation you get a false result only if both operands are false.If either operand is true result is true.

Friday, November 26, 2010

How to use Java Logical Operators

Here we are going to learn how to use AND operators

You can use either AND operator & or && where you have two logical expressions that must both be true for the result to be true. That is you only want to be rich and healthy.Either 'AND' operator will produce the same result from the logical expression.All the following discussions apply equally to & as well as &&.

Now we will see and example. Try this out

Java Modulus

The remainder of a given division operation can be obtained using (%) operator
Lets see an example now.

Java Add Operation

Ok we are going to learn small program for add Operations as an example
 You can also try this out.

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Arithmetic Operators in JAVA

The basic operators used in calculations involving integers are given bellow.

An operand is just the term for a value which an operator is applied the priority for precedence for applies when an expression using these operators is evaluated is the same as you learned that is multiplication and divisions are executed before any addition or subtraction.
                                                     20 - 3 * 3 - 9/3
The above operations will produce the value 8 since it is equivalent to 20-9-3

You can also use parentheses in arithmetic calculations to change the sequence of operations expressions within the parentheses are always evaluated first starting with the innermost when they are nested so you use parentheses to override the default sequence of operations.Therefore the expression

                                                     (20 - 3) * (3 - 9)/3

is  equivalent to 17*(-6)/3, which result in -34

Operator                 Description                    Example                     Result

  •    +                    Addition                       5+2                                 7
  •    -                    Subtraction                    5-2                                 3
  •   *                    Multiplication                 5*2                                10
  •   /                     Integer Division              5/2                                  2
  •   %                   Modulus                        5%2                                1


Wednesday, November 24, 2010


Ok now we are going to learn some thing new.Very useful for your calculation parts in your program. You store the result of a calculation  in a variable by using an assign statement. An assignment statement consist of three elements, the name of the variable where you want the result stored, the assignment operator,=, which indicates that this indeed an assignment operation, and an arithmetic expression that defines the calculation you want to perform.The whole thing is terminated by semi colon that marks the end the assign statement.

            numFruit=numApples=numOranges;   // calculate the total

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Arrays example 2

Creates a one dimensional array object of 5 locations initializes the value and prints the value..
Hope now you can crate your own array programs like this :)

Examples for Arrays - 1

Declares a one dimensional array of 5 locations initializes the value and prints the value

Array of arrays

You have worked with only one dimensional arrays up to now, that is arrays that use a single index.

Suppose that you have a fanatical interest in the weather and you are intent on recording the tempertature at
10 separate geographical throughout the year once you have sorted out the logidtics of actually colleting this
information you can use an array of 10 elements corresponding to the number of locations where each of these elements in an array of 365 elements to store the temperature values you would declare this array with the statements.
                                  float [] [] temperature = new float [10] [365]; 

hope this will be very useful for your programing knowledge

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Accessing array elements in Java

  int[] primes=new int[10];       // Creating a new array object 

You can refer to an array by using the array name followed by the element's  index value closed in between sqyare brackets.You can specify an index value by ant expression that produce  zero or possitive result of type int . If you use a value type of long as an index, you will get an error message from the compiler, if  you calculate of an index uses long variables and the result is of type long, you will need to cast it to type int.

The maximum index value for an array is one less than the number of element in the array. JAVA checks that the index values you see are valid.if you use an index value that is less than 0, or greater than the index value for the element in the array an exception will be thrown. (Index out of bound exception)

The prime array which was taken as an example above is sometimes referred to as an one dimensional error because each of its elements is referenced using one index-running from 0 to 9 in this case......

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

How to determine the largest value using Java Programming

Same like last post I am going to post how to find the greatest value among few values by using simple Java program. Here we have taken three integer values as a= 300, b= 25, and c=5000. I will create a class name call largenumber and I will use 'if' and 'else'

First we have to check x > y. if this satisfies then check whether x > z or not. Again if this satisfies then write in the system class that x is greater. Again the term elsr comes when x is not greater than z. So check again if z is greater than y or not. If this satisfies then type in the system class as z is greater otherwise y is greater. Now check whether y is greater than z or not.

if x is not  greater than y as per the first condition then th condition else comes and now you have to check if y>z or not. If this satisfies then the output comes as y is greater.