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In this section, you will learn about representing integral types with the help of binary number system which is the one of the added feature in Java SE 7

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Posted on: September 3, 2011

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gowthaman
September 17, 2011
hi.............

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Niks
December 12, 2011
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Arshad khan
January 7, 2012
Binary literal

Java code, due to its C heritage, has traditionally forced programmers to represent numbers in only decimal, octal, or hexadecimal. As quite a few domains are bit orientated, this restriction can introduce errors. You can now create binary numbers using an 0b prefix. int binary = 0b1001_1001; just like that.
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