**Q1. Distinguish between a unary, a binary and a ternary operator. Give examples of Java operators for each one of them.**

**Q2. Given the following code fragment**

**int ch=20;**

**System.out.println(++ch);**

**System.out.println(ch);**

**Q3. What will be the rest of the following two expressions if i=10 initially?**

**i.) ++i<=10**

** ii.) i++<=10**

**Q4. Given the two following expressions:**

**a.) val=3 b.) val= =3**

**i.) How are these two different?**

**ii.) What will be the result of the if the values of val is 5 initially?**

**Q5. Construct an expression that is equal to the absolute value of an variable. That is, if a variable p is positive, the value of the expression is just p, but if p is negative, the value of the expression is -p, which would be positive. Do it in two ways:**

**i.) using a mathematical function**

**ii.) using a conditional operator.(Do not use the mathematical function here).**

**Q6. What output will the following code fragment produce?**

**int val, res, n=1000;**

**res = n + val > 1750 ? 400 : 200 ;**

**System.out.println(res);**

**i.) if the input is 2000 **

**ii.) if the input is 1000 **

**iii.) if the input is 500.**

**Q7. Given the following set of identifiers:**

**byte b;**

**char ch;**

**short sh;**

**int intval;**

**long longval;**

**float fl;**

**Identify the datatype of the following expressions:**

**a.)’a’-3 **

** b.) intval * longval – ch **

** c.) fl + longval / sh**

**Q8. What is casting, when do we need it?**

**Q9. State the rules of operator precedence.**

**Q10. Suppose x1 and x2 are two double type variables that you want to add as integers and assign to an integer variable. Construct a Java statement for doing so.**

**Q11. What is a type, as this term relates to programming?**

**Q12. One of the primitive types in Java is boolean. What is the boolean type? Where are boolean values used? What are its possible values?**

**Q13. What is a literal?**

**Q14. What does the computer do when it executes a variable declaration statement? Give an example.**

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