"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."
Why you might fail to have a great career
You don’t have to unplug your brain to prevent a meltdown due to an overabundance of new information. We just need to feed it something simple that’s still interesting. Let’s watch an inspiring speech by Larry Smith about why people fail to have great careers unless they follow their passion and see opportunities instead of obstacles.
"Rain\nIn\nSpain\u123""Rain\nIn\nSpain\u1234" floatdouble. Small error in the lesson.