 int x=6; int y=9; x=y; System. out.println(x); | Sololearn: Learn to code for FREE!

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# int x=6; int y=9; x=y; System. out.println(x);

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Khushi Puri Output for current code will be 9 not 6, check the quiz again if its the same then go to the Challenge again & report the quiz for 'Wrong Answer' There is no case of swapping of variable value, instead we are changing value in x from 6 to 9.

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You can swap two numbers without using a temporary or third variable if you can store the sum of numbers in one number and then minus the sum with other number: a = 3; b = 5; a = a + b;  // 8 b = a - b; // 3 a = a - b; // 5 a = a + b; b = a - b;  // actually (a + b) - (b), so now b is equal to a a = a - b;  // (a + b) - (a), now a is equal to b now you have a = 5 and b = 3, so numbers are swapped without using a third or temp variable.

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Swapping basically means to interchange the values of 2 variable. For eg. if x = 2 and y = 3 then after swapping the values will be x = 3 and y = 2. For swapping two variable you can either use inbuilt swap method or you can use a temporary variable like this:- int x,y,z; x=2; y=3; z=x; x=y; y=z; Here, value of x will be stored in z, value of y in x and then value of z will be stored in y which was actually having the value of x. So basically now x will store value of y and vice versa.

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Though neither of these codes are java the concept is the same https://code.sololearn.com/wUK6ZD2GAgD6/?ref=app https://code.sololearn.com/cVZzH1BSKAwj/?ref=app

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So output should be 9???

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Yes, in this case, it'll be 9.

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I encountered this question in a challenge.There it shows the output to be 6.I don't understand the reason for this.

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Answer is 9....value of x is getting overriden n no swapping occurs

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What does it mean -"value of x is getting overridden ..... "????

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Its very easy computer is thinking from start to end start value was 6 but now it is 9 and it will be displayed as 9 hope that helps