6 years ago in Java Operators

Which of these statements are incorrect?

[A] Assignment operators are more efficiently implemented by Java run-time system than their equivalent long forms.
[B] Assignment operators run faster than their equivalent long forms
[C] Assignment operators can be used only with numeric and character data type
[D] None
Loading...
Next Question

Create your Digital Resume For FREE on your name's sub domain "yourname.wcard.io". Register Here!


Overall Stats

Attempted 124
Correct 16
Incorrect 47
Viewed 61

Answers

Guest
Guest
Kuheli Mitra
Kuheli Mitra - 4 years ago

Kuheli Mitra from Bangalore, India is saying Assignment operators can be used only with numeric and character data type is correct answer

pooja kadam
pooja kadam - 4 years ago

pooja kadam from Pune, India is saying Assignment operators run faster than their equivalent long forms is correct answer

pritish mohapatra
pritish mohapatra - 4 years ago

pritish mohapatra from Bengaluru, India is saying Assignment operators are more efficiently implemented by Java run-time system than their equivalent long forms. is correct answer

Dimana Ignatova
Dimana Ignatova - 4 years ago

Dimana Ignatova from Sofia, Bulgaria is saying Assignment operators run faster than their equivalent long forms is correct answer

rupa devi
rupa devi - 4 years ago

rupa devi from United States is saying Assignment operators are more efficiently implemented by Java run-time system than their equivalent long forms. is correct answer

Related Questions

What is the order of precedence (highest to lowest) of following operators?
1. &
2. ^
3. ?:

  • [A] 1 -> 2 -> 3
  • [B] 2 -> 1 -> 3
  • [C] 3 -> 2 -> 1
  • [D] 2 -> 3 -> 1

Which of these is returned by greater than, <, and equal to, ==, operator?

  • [A] Integers
  • [B] Floating - point numbers
  • [C] Boolean
  • [D] None of the mentioned

Which of these statements are incorrect?

  • [A] The left shift operator, <<, shifts all of the bite in a value to the left specified number of times.
  • [B] The right shift operator, >>, shifts all of the bite in a value to the right specified number of times.
  • [C] The left shift operator can be used as an alternative to multiplying by 2.
  • [D] The right shift operator automatically fills the higher order bits with 0.