What is overflow in Java?
Posted by Paul on April 26th 2018 08:50 AM
Overflow in Java : Overflow is a condition where the decided limit for particular data types is crossed. If overflow occurs, the program either crashes or unexpected outputs will be displayed, depending on how a language handles things. Overflow int operators : In Java, integer operations are performed in 32 bit precision. When an integer arithmetic operation (such as addition with integer operands) generates a result that cannot fit into these bits, the operation is said to overflow. Here is example for overflow in Java :