# Tag: numbers

## How to do unsigned integer left shift bit operation in Java 1.8 that matches C#?

I’m trying to port some code from C# to Java and I’m stuck on some low-level bit operations. Here is an example snippet that I’m trying to figure out how to translate from C# to Java: Result: So far so good. How do you convert this same thing to Java? So in Java, I naively just tried turning all the

## how do i find the values of A,B and C in java

given the following values X,Y,Z, such as (0≤X,Y,Z≤10000) with considering the following three equations : a+b+c = X abc = Y a^2 + b^2+ c^2 = Z i need to find values of a, b and c, I wrote …

## Converting Date and Gender to String using Apache-poi [closed]

Closed. This question needs details or clarity. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Add details and clarify the problem by editing this post. Closed last year. Improve this question How can I set Date and Gender that is in the database? Answer To write Date and Gender in Cell you need to convert them to

## Why int j = 012 giving output 10?

In my actual project It happened accidentally here is my modified small program. I can’t figure out why it is giving output 10? public class Int { public static void main(String args[]) { …

## Calculate average of a huge long array

I’m trying to calculate the average of many (more than 200) long (primitive type) values stored in an array. Usually you add all the numbers and divide it by the number of the values. But this is not possible in this case since there is no primitive datatype in Java capable of holding such a large number, isn’t it? Will

## Save an integer in two digit format in a variable in Java

How can I store an integer in two digit format in Java? Like can I set int a=01; and print it as 01? Also, not only printing, if I say int b=a;, b should also print its value as 01.