1. Why does Java strictly specify the range and behavior of its primitive types?
Java strictly specifies the range and behavior of its primitive types to ensure portability across platforms.
2. What is Java’s character type, and how does it differ from the character type used by some other programming languages?
Java’s character type is char. Java characters are Unicode rather than ASCII, which is used by some other computer languages.
3. A boolean value can have any value you like because any non-zero value is true. True or False?
False. A boolean value must be either true or false.
4. Given this output,
use a single string to show the println( ) statement that produced it.
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