"And, finally, a lesson from Rishi in the form of a lecture: a pile of useless information. That's what all lecturers love. Just take a glance at it, and that will be enough."
"Today I'll tell you about literals. Literals are all data written directly in Java code. Here are some examples:"
||This is a literal. Its type is String|
||This is a literal. Its type is int|
||This is a literal. Its type is double|
||This is a literal. Its type is char|
"Actually, there are plenty of other kinds of literals. You can use literals to assign values of any known type:"
|12.33333333333333333d||double||Long fractional number|
|true, false||boolean||Logical type|
"So, code consists of methods, classes, variables, etc., but literals are specific values written directly in the code. Did I get that right?"
"Great. I'm finally starting to get this whole Java thing."