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Java Byte class

The Byte class wraps a primitive byte type value in an object. Its object contains only a single field whose type is byte.

Methods:

The java.lang.Byte class provides several different methods for converting a byte to a String or vice versa. This class also provides other constants and methods which are useful when we are dealing with byte.

Methods Description
byteValue() It returns the value of this Byte as a byte
compare() It compares the two specified byte values
compareTo() It compares two Byte objects numerically
compareUnsigned() It compares the two unsigned byte values
decode() It is used to decode a String into a Byte
doubleValue() It returns a double value for this Byte object
equals() It is used to compare this object against the specified byte object
floatValue() It returns the value of this Byte as a Float
hashCode() It returns a hash code for this Byte object
intValue() It returns an int value for this Byte object
longValue() It returns a long value for this Byte object
parseByte() It is used to parse the string argument as a signed decimal byte.
shortValue() It returns a short value for this Byte object
toString() It returns a string representation of the Byte object
toUnsignedInt() It is used to convert the specified byte to an int by an unsigned conversion
toUnsignedLong() It is used to convert the specified byte to a long by an unsigned conversion
valueOf() Returns a Byte instance representing the specified byte or string value.

Example 1

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Output:

1. 67 is greater than 5
2. Hash code value of 5 is : 5
3. Float value of 67 is : 67.0
4. Integer value of 67 is : 67
5. Decoded value of 123 is : 123

Example 2

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Output:

1. 67 is greater than 5
2. 5 and 67 are not equal.
3. Long value of 67 is : 67
4. String value of 67 is : 67
5. Double value of 5 is : 5.0

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