+8

# I don't understand the question...

A question in challenge has confused me. Q: What value can "int" have? 1. whole numbers (correct) 2. text 3. characters 4. any number (my choice) What does that mean by "whole numbers" and "any number" ?

7/20/2019 10:59:53 AM

CarrieForle

+13

int variable can only store whole numbers. But I think even if the number is not a whole number like 3.5 there will be implicit type conversion.

+7

Thanks! I thought whole numbers were something like containers or arrays. 😅

+4

int variable can store integer (whole number) values, such as 123; but cannot store real numbers ("any numbers"), such as 12.34. See for example Java -> Basic Concepts -> Variables

+3

Yeah, these kind of questions are kind of stupid :/ A whole number means that it doesn't have a decimal point Any number means it can have a decimal point 3 -> Integer 3.5 -> Not an integer

+2

an int can have only whole numbers like 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10....... any number can include decimal numbers but whole numbers are just what I described above . Thanks

+1

Integers can hold positive or negative whole numbers as well as 0.

0

Fill in the blanks to retrieve the number of elements in an array called "test". test.

0

Whole number is the correct answer.Not whole text such as #include <stdio.h> int main(){ int age=46; printf("age"); }