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


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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.


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


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


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


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


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


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


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